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Putting aside the frustrations and criticism that came with his inconsistent production last year, Williams finds himself benefiting from his new multi-purpose role in first-year co-ordinator Mike Pettines attacking style of defence. Its one that has allowed Williams to become a difference-maker in helping Buffalo (3-4) get off to a better-than-expected start in preparing to play at New Orleans (5-1) on Sunday. Williams has played a key role in two victories. He had career-best 4 1/2 sacks in a 24-23 win over Carolina on Sept. 15. Last weekend, Williams had two sacks, his second forcing a fumble that set up Dan Carpenters game-winning 31-yard field goal with 33 seconds left in a 23-21 win at Miami. Former safety Rodney Harrison, who is now a broadcaster, has altered his tune on Williams. "When hes healthy, he is a different player," said Harrison, who criticized Williams for blaming a wrist injury for hindering his performance last year. On Monday, Dolphins offensive co-ordinator Mike Sherman was so impressed by Williams dominant day that he was began referring to him as a future Hall of Famer. That might be premature, but Williams has already nudged his way ahead of Bills Hall of Famer Bruce Smith -- the NFLs all-time sacks leader -- in a few categories. Williams 4 1/2 sacks against Carolina broke Smiths team record. And his 10 sacks through seven games are one more than Smiths best start in 1997. "Bruce, to be mentioned in the same sentence is obviously a great feeling," Williams said. "But for myself, my biggest thing is not really counting the sacks I got, its focusing on the ones I didnt get." By Williams count, he should be at 15 or 16 by now. The ones he has gotten have helped transform the identity of what had previously been a stale and porous defence in Buffalo. The Bills 23 sacks match the teams second-highest total through seven games. The pass-rush also is paying off in other ways by generating turnovers. The Bills have a league-leading 12 interceptions, and are tied for third with 15 takeaways. This is a defence that hasnt averaged more than two sacks a game since totalling 40 in 2006. And this was a defence that was so bad under former co-ordinator Dave Wannstedt last year that it allowed a combined 97 points and 1,101 yards in consecutive losses to New England and San Francisco. Williams credits the off-season arrival of Pettine, who was lured to Buffalo after spending the previous four seasons in the same job with the New York Jets. Pettines defence relies on players lining up at various positions -- including Williams -- to keep opposing offences guessing on who might be blitzing. Thats a big switch from last year, when Williams traditionally lined up opposite the left tackle. "It all started with the mentality, just (Pettine) coming in and pretty much wiping the slate clean," Williams said. Coach Doug Marrone said its a combination of the defence and Williams. "I think its a little bit more difficult when you have a player that moves around," Marrone said. "But hes an outstanding player. I mean, I think you could put him anywhere and hell be productive." Defensive tackle Alan Branch has been impressed no matter who deserves the credit. "I dont know if its the scheme," Branch said. "I just feel bad for the offensive linemen going against him just because hes a monster when he goes out there." Scott Mayfield Jersey . -- When the Los Angeles Kings are on top of their formidable defensive game, they revel in the silence they can create in a frustrated road arena. Dennis Seidenberg Jersey . The freestyle skier from Calgary finished sixth in the qualification round with a total of 82.00 points. Groenewoud won a silver medal at the X Games last month, just over five weeks after undergoing double knee surgery. http://www.nhlislandershockeystore.com/pat-lafontaine-jersey/ . 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Second Base With injuries to Brett Lawrie, Edwin Encarnacion and Adam Lind, the Jays have had to run with a makeshift infield for the last little while, especially at second base. On Monday, Toronto picked up third baseman Danny Valencia, a player known for hitting lefties well over his career. Valencia has experience at second base as well, joining the likes of Munenori Kawasaki, Steve Tolleson and Ryan Goins, who have helped man the position for much of the season. With Lawrie (and the others) presumably close to returning, the Jays could keep the Canadian at third and continue with a platoon situation at second, or have Valencia play the hot corner while Lawrie jumps over to second which he did for a short stint earlier this season. There have been reports that the Blue Jays have shown interest in Asdrubal Cabrera of the Cleveland Indians, as well as the Arizona Diamondbacks Martin Prado and former Jay Aaron Hill. Is the return of Lawrie and the addition of Valencia enough for the Toronto infield, or should they get more? Starting Pitching You can never have enough starting pitching. The early season debate on whether it would be a good iidea to deal Marcus Stroman for a veteran arm may seem unrealistic at this point as the rookie has arguably become the ace of the staff. Clark Gillies Jersey. . R.A. Dickey, Mark Buehrle (who hasnt won a game since June 1), Drew Hutchison and J.A. Happ have all had peaks and valleys to their seasons. The injured Brandon Morrow is still a little ways away from returning and when he does, it will likely be as a reliever. Aaron Sanchez, 22, has been sharp in his two appearances from the bullpen, but John Gibbons and the Jays brass has given no indication theyll use him in a starting role this season.    So does Toronto need to add a starting hurler? 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