It’s a basic understanding of the rules, but they can’t be expected to have that, of how the penalties are enforced,” he said. “It’s just the interpretation of the rules. The game is judged differently.” Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams experienced that in a 48-28 loss to the New York Jets. “Pass blocking doesn’t consist of illegal hands to the face just about every play, which, when somebody tells you that, and you’re five yards away from it, and you walk away like you don’t see him telling you you’re getting punched in the face every time,” Williams told ESPNNewYork.com. ” You’re getting off the ball and getting punched in the face, literally — not by accident — just about every other time, and that’s a penalty, last time I checked.