In my opinion, this is why the Bills are the Bills. They are determined to pay a guy waaay more than he is worth, rather than looking at what types of value is available. Sure, they have a lot of cap room, but that is very short-sighted. Next year, they won't have a ton of cap room and they'll wonder where all that money is tied up. Any easy glance of their roster will show an above average- but nowhere near DPOY candidate, eating up about $20M in cap space when there are tons of holes everywhere. We are talking about a guy who has played 18 games over the past two seasons and is considered by most to be a second tier pass rusher (good, but nowhere near Demarcus Ware or Julius Peppers caliber.) Williams has injury concerns and hasn't made a pro bowl since 2009. Obviously, the fact the Texans are not going near this one due to the money it will cost, should tell you something. So, am I alone in my thinking that if you are going to make a guy the highest paid defender in the league, he should be one of the top defenders? Before free agency started, I don't think too many pundits would have listed Williams among their top 15 overall defensive players in the league, but suddenly he is the best of the best? This reminds me of last year when Nmandi Asomugha went from being a very good cornerback to the greatest cornerback of all-time due to a weak free agent class. I'm sure the Eagles wish they could have that one back, along with all their other irresponsible moves. Like the Bills, they thought they had the cap room, so why not? Well, here's why not. Now they are overpaying a ton of players and have an 8-8 team that won't go anywhere until those contracts expire in a few years. Get ready for the Bills to "win" the free agency period this year and get praised, only to finish 5-11 next season and start over again.