The Buffalo Bills have hardly been known as a free-agent "destination" for the better part of a decade now. Mario Williams changed all that when he came to Western New York this past offseason. So why, after only five games into his first season, are people already saying he's not living up to his contract?
With the way the Bills have looked over their last six quarters, no one on that team is living up to their contract right now.
Between the second half last week against New England, and the debacle Sunday in San Francisco, Buffalo is back to looking like one of the worst teams in the league. They were outclassed and outcoached on both sides of the ball against the 'Niners.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is once again resembling the journeyman QB he was when he originally signed with the Bills.
Yet, as the highest paid player on the team, Williams is bearing the brunt of the criticism from local and national media alike. And rightfully so.
Ahead, we're going to take a look at four reasons why he isn't living up to his enormous price tag as Mario and the Bills continue to disappoint.