By Tim Graham
PITTSFORD -- While looking for a different way to illustrate how deep the Buffalo Bills' defensive line is, I came up with a trivia question.
How many times has a Bills player led his team in sacks?
To give you time to come up with an answer, here's a quote from defensive end Mario Williams.
"The good thing about having the depth," Williams said, "is as long as we are all holding each other accountable and keeping with the competition continuously, we are going to keep them rolling. We got them in here bam, bam, bam. Switching them in, switching them out.
"For us, that is going to put more pressure on the offense, keep us fresh and get us off the field. I am ecstatic. I am very excited for the opportunity that our defense has."
Answer to the trivia question:
Over the past seven seasons, five Buffalo defensive linemen have led a team in sacks 11 times.
* Mark Anderson: 2006 Chicago Bears, 2011 New England Patriots (tie).
* Marcell Dareus: 2011 Bills.
* Shawne Merriman: 2005-07 San Diego Chargers.
* Kyle Williams: 2010 Bills.
* Mario Williams: 2007-10 Houston Texans.
The Bills' roster features two team leaders from 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2011.
Defensive end Chris Kelsay twice finished second on the Bills in sacks.
The Bills had 29 sacks last year. Only two teams had fewer.