ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - After facing off against one of the league's premier pocket-passers last Sunday, the Bills now get to match up against Cam Newton, one of the NFL's top mobile quarterbacks.
"You’re going from two extremes," said Bills defensive end Mario Williams. "When you’ve got somebody like (Tom) Brady and now you’ve got a guy who is more mobile, more athletic and more liable to run, it’s definitely a change-up."
"We have to be sound in our gaps when we're rushing, probably have somebody always having an eye on him, just in case he does get loose in the pocket and does decide to run," said linebacker Manny Lawson.
That doesn't mean the Bills will necessarily use a linebacker to "spy" Newton, like some teams attempt.
"I think athletically, the matchup, anyone that you put in there to spy on him, you're going to be in trouble. I think he can beat that matchup," said Head Coach Doug Marrone.
The Bills take on Newton and the Panthers this Sunday at 1pm, at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
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