Carnell Williams, RB, N/A
There is no 2012 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2011 profile:
2011 Outlook: Sleeper (undervalued)
After a series of catastrophic knee injuries in recent years, its amazing that Williams can still play in the NFL; last season Williams was an unexpected fantasy star who turned in solid performances from start to finish. Williams played all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career, and piled up 823 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 211 carries. Williams also added 28 catches for 217 yards and three additional touchdowns. His 1,040 total yards and career high seven total touchdowns have fantasy owners hoping he can pick up right where he left off at the end of last year.
Williams will not shoulder the entire workload by himself, and will likely split carries with the disappointing Derrick Ward. Though based on his performance last season, Williams will be the Buccaneers' featured back, capable of producing as a number two or three fantasy running back. He will be worth a selection in rounds six or seven of fantasy drafts this season.
Williams ran for 21 yards on four carries in Tampa Bay's preseason opener against Miami. Williams remains the Buccaneers' unquestioned starting running back with Derrick Ward struggling.
Williams carried the ball twice for seven yards in the Buccaneers' second preseason game, a victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Williams is expected to handle the bulk of the carries this season, so the team is most likely limiting his carries in the preseason.Last updated on Aug-24-2010 by George Bissell
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