Sam Williams is an edge-rusher the Commanders should worry about
While Dorance Armstrong Jr. can switch positions along the defensive front, Sam Williams is an active, outside pass-rusher. He'll line up with his hand down as a defensive end or play as a standup outside linebacker able to bring consistent pressure from a two-point stance.
Williams can also drop off the front and act as a spy to track a mobile quarterback. It's what he did against the New York Giants and Tommy DeVito in Week 10, per Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.
With four sacks to his credit, Williams is yet another roving pressure specialist the Washington Commanders need to account for pre snap. Unless they're up for the challenge, it's hard to envisage a scenario where quarterback Sam Howell isn't running for his life once again.