Kyle Williams | Buffalo Bills | Defensive Lineman
2011 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Chalk Kyle Williams up as a classic example of a true IDP stud as he’s not a big name around the NFL and heck if you’re not a Bills fan or play IDP you probably would have no idea this guy even plays in the league. It’s not like the Bills team defense is coveted for team defensive purpose in standard league play, but Williams is one of the best defensive tackles in all of IDP fantasy football.
Despite the addition of Marcell Dareus as the No.2 pick in the draft, the Bills are expected to keep Williams on the inside and roll Dareus to defensive end when they are in a 3-4 look. This defense will give multiple fronts as they switched back to a 4-3 defense in the middle of last year and are expected to keep a hybrid defense this year.
Williams should post over 60 tackle once again as teams will test the Bills against the run, and they should find success. While Williams is a good player, he a more ideal fit as a tackle for a 4-3 defense, but because he has a nose for the football and the Bills are pounded but running games, he makes for a solid starter in IDP leagues.
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2010 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook
Kyle Williams proved to be a solid IDP defensive tackle once again in 2009 as he had his best season as a pro. Unfortunately the Bills moved to a 3-4 defense this offeseason and drafted nose tackle Torell Troup to play with Williams. Now Williams is expected to play on later passing downs as Troup handles the early downs. This should hurt Williams numbers, and he will need Troupe to get injured to be a valuable starting tackle for IDP.