Mario Williams and the 5 Worst Investments of the 2012 NFL Season

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Mario Williams and the 5 Worst Investments of the 2012 NFL Season
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The Buffalo Bills made one of the worst investments in NFL history when they signed Mario Williams to a six-year, $96 million contract ($50 million guaranteed) in free agency this past offseason. 

Williams isn't the only player causing his team buyer's remorse, though. 

Teams that attempt to buy a Super Bowl rarely succeed. The best way to build an NFL franchise is by making sound draft choices, yet there are always teams willing to roll the dice in free agency. 

Through the midway point of the 2012 NFL season, these players have proven to be the worst investments.

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