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Mike Williams (Seahawks)

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2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: So much for a potential breakout season as the Seahawks signed Sidney Rice in free agency to go with their new quarterback Tavaris Jackson. While Williams will play a role in this offense, his quarterback leaves much to be desired, and because he has a built in working relationship with Rice, we mush assume that it will be Rice that is the No.1 receiver on this team.

Look to Big Mike as an option worth drafting in the later rounds, but don’t look to him as the type of potential breakout player many thought he might develop into this season.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 74 872 6
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Receiving
Year Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2005 21 DET 14 4 29 350 12.1 1 49 2.1 25.0
2006 22 DET 8 2 8 99 12.4 1 21 1.0 12.4
2007 23 2TM 8 1 7 90 12.9 0 24 0.9 11.3
OAK 6 1 7 90 12.9 0 24 1.2 15.0
TEN 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2010 26 SEA 14 13 65 751 11.6 2 68 4.6 53.6
2011 27 SEA 12 10 18 236 13.1 1 55 1.5 19.7
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

So much for a potential breakout season as the Seahawks signed Sidney Rice in free agency to go with their new quarterback Tavaris Jackson. While Williams will play a role in this offense, his quarterback leaves much to be desired, and because he has a built in working relationship with Rice, we mush assume that it will be Rice that is the No.1 receiver on this team.

Look to Big Mike as an option worth drafting in the later rounds, but don’t look to him as the type of potential breakout player many thought he might develop into this season.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 74 872 6

June 2011 – Breakout Year for Williams?

While Mike Williams didn’t enjoy the season Brandon Lloyd had in Denver, but like Lloyd, Williams enjoyed a re-birth in the NFL as the big man reunited with college coach Pete Carroll and proved to be the teams top receiver. Weight issues proved to make Williams an early exit player in the NFL after he was a top ten pick by the Lions in 2005.

After two years out of the league, Williams went on to start thirteen games and has proven to be a fantasy relevant receiver going forward. Heading into the summer Williams is reportedly in great shape so it looks like he’s taking his second opportunity to play in this league seriously and will be a starter for the Seahawks to begin the season.

Mock Draft Central currently has Williams ADP value listed as the 28th receiver (67.77 average pick) going in standard league play, and that would slate him to be a teams No.3 receiver in ten and twelve team leagues. I would like to see him as more of a teams fourth receiver but I can’t argue too much with that ranking if he’s healthy coming into the season.

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