Some players prefer anonymity. They lie low, do their jobs and get out of the locker room before reporters arrive. One example is Vikings 288-pound defensive tackle Tony Williams, who takes over for free-agent defector Jerry Ball. Asked if he's ready to be a full-time starter, Williams says, "Yeah." Asked if his game is like that of Minnesota's All-Pro defensive tackle, John Randle, he says, "Not really." Thankfully for the Vikings, Williams, a 1997 fifth-round draft pick from the University of Memphis, plays a better game than he talks. In Minnesota's wild-card playoff win over the Giants two years ago, he had four tackles behind the line of scrimmage. In his second season Williams started nine games. During the postseason he got the attention of Falcons Pro Bowl running back Jamal Anderson. "Looks to me like Minnesota's got another John Randle," Anderson said before the teams met in the NFC Championship Game.