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“As long as you can stay in the right body position and not get off-balance, you can be prepared to run him by the quarterback,” Williams said. “There’s not one thing you can do to shut down everything. Just staying in good body position will give you a better chance.”

But body position can only do so much against the tenacity Williams sees in Ware, the drive to attack each play and not let go until the whistle blows.

And that leads to the conundrum Williams faces Monday night, based on one simple question. What does Ware do well?

“The better question,” Williams said, fidgeting with his fingers while facing a platoon of television cameras, “is what he don’t do well. I haven’t seen anything he has problems with.”