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Kyle Williams is the Buffalo Bills' most consistent player

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Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams has been the epitome of consistency over the past four years.

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Listen, who am I to not answer a question that Marshall Faulk is asking me?

For four years and counting, the best and most consistent Buffalo Bills player has been veteran defensive tackle Kyle Williams. His breakout season came in 2010, when he recorded 5.5 sacks and made the Pro Bowl, and he has only continued to improve since missing most of the 2011 season with an Achilles injury. He again made the Pro Bowl in both 2012 and 2013, with last season's 10.5-sack effort the pinnacle of his career to this point.

Heading into the 2014 season, Williams remains the headline act on a Bills defensive line that ranks among the most talented and productive in the business. If the Bills end up snapping their 14-year playoff drought, you can bet that Williams and that defensive line played an enormous role in making that happen.

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