"Although the legacy of Mark Bortz is probably not in jeopardy yet, Edwin Williams (+4.0) had a very effective game across all its facets.
He was perfect in pass protection (would have been an oxymoron if I’d used Chicago in the same sentence) but also did a good job opening holes for his backs. He was the only one to hold his own against Branch, took Hawthorne to task at the second level, and also showed the ability to pull smoothly. Check out his block on Leroy Hill with 12:00 left in the third.
This is his fifth start now and he may be getting into a rhythm. I for one am interested to see how he progresses."
I found this very interesting especially after recalling that PFF had him as the teams highest graded O-Linman of 2010.