Roy Williams, WR, N/A: Fantasy Football Outlook
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Roy Williams, WR, N/A

Position NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight
WR --- Active 11 years 32 6'3 215

There is no 2013 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2013 profile:

2013 Outlook: Solid/Safe Pick

Williams was one of those guys that was on ther bubble in Dallas and Chicago seems happy to have him for Cutler to toss passes at. Williams will move from third string guy into a starting role again and this, coupled with Cutler's arm makes him a safe pick in my book. The Chicago offense can be potent and Williams may be a leader in this offensive scheme. I am banking on Williams to surprise and be a big producer this season with his new team.

The range on Williams heading into the 2011 season is anywhere from cap casualty to third-stringer to starting receiver for a highly potent offense. At this point the best guess is the Cowboys hang on to Williams -- even though his guaranteed money has been paid out -- but he would likely stay in his role behind Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. That's why ideally for Williams -- and fantasy owners -- he moves on to a new situation. As for actual production, Williams started out surprisingly well in 2010, but his numbers declined dramatically. No better than a WR4 in most scenarios, Williams could be a sneaky pick elsewhere or if Dez Bryant's situation unravels. We'll see.

Last updated on Aug-23-2011 by Jeb Gorham
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