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Mario Williams hopes to run around Mitchell Schwartz.
Mario Williams played decently against the Kansas City Chiefs. He finished the game with two tackles, a pass defensed and a fumble recovery. Against the Cleveland Browns, Mario Williams hopes to record his first sack as a Buffalo Bill and remove the monkey from his back.
His opposition? Mitchell Schwartz, a rookie right tackle out of the University of California.
In the first game of the season, Jason Babin was able to record four tackles and a sack against Schwartz.
That said, Schwartz is coming off of a great game against the Bengals. In the game, the Browns often ran to the right, behind Schwartz, with Trent Richardson who rushed for 109 yards. Schwartz knows he is in for a test on Sunday against Williams:
"He's a combination of everything," Schwartz said. "He's a big guy, he has long arms and he's fast. I remember his combine when everyone was shocked at how fast he was for his size. It's definitely going to be a test for myself. You get to see how good you are."
Look for the Browns to try and establish the run to the right to keep Williams at bay. That said, this is a great opportunity for Williams to notch his first sack of the 2012 season.
Advantage: Mario Williams