Roy Williams

Roy Williams | WR

2011 Fantasy Football Outlook:I can’t believe it actually happened but some how I’ve jumped back on the band wagon for Roy Williams in fantasy football. That almost made me sick to my stomach writing that, but Williams skill set fits what the Bears have been lacking for awhile now, and he will be an instant threat for them in the red zone.

The last time Williams was a fantasy relevant option was way back in 2007, when Orch Dork and Coordinator Mike Martz were teamed up together. Now reunited in Chicago, Martz should have little problems with Williams, a player whom I feel never really fit in with the Dallas Cowboys. The bottom line here is that you should be able to get Williams cheep in all scoring leagues, and I do believe he will be a useful option this season, if only a bye week fill in.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 61 812 7

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Receiving
Year Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2008 27 2TM 15 11 36 430 11.9 2 38 2.4 28.7
2009 28 DAL 15 13 38 596 15.7 7 66 2.5 39.7
2010 29 DAL 15 9 37 530 14.3 5 63 2.5 35.3

Career

100

85

356

5208

14.6

42

91

3.6

52.1

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2011 June

Roy Williams may be a Cowboy after all as it looks like a possible large cap hit for releasing him could make the difference in holding the veteran on the team. That said, I expect Dez Bryant to start opposite Miles Austin as he’s clearly ready to make an impact for this team after we saw him succeed for a stretch of time last season.

Williams just isn’t the receiver he was supposed to be coming out of Texas and the receiver we saw with the Lions in his early years. I have to wonder if the money Williams has made before and during his time with the Cowboys has helped him loss an edge to continue playing at a more respectable level, or if his knee issue from a few years ago has made him lose a few steps. Whatever the reason(s), Williams isn’t much of a fantasy football option and is best left on waiver wires.

2010 Preview

Roy E. Williams may collect almost 13 million dollars this up coming season, but he may not have a starting job on the Cowboys. Coach Wade Phillips is committed to starting his best players and if Williams continues to make excuses for his poor production, Kevin Ogletree may pass him by.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Much talk was made last offseason that Roy E. Williams and Tony Romo needed to develop chemistry if the Cowboys were going to be successful in 2009. As it turned out, Williams and Romo never seemed to be truly fluent together, and it was Miles Austin that saved the day.

Audio: WR Roy E. Williams | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Williams has been a horrible failure in Dallas as he continues to make excuses for his lack of production. The Cowboys probably wouldn’t of had Williams on the team this year if it wasn’t for the ten plus million they will have to pay him.

During OTA’s Williams is still slated as the teams starting receiver opposite Austin, but I don’t believe he will stay there long. Rookie Dez Bryant is a superior player in skill and overall ability, and he’s having a very good OTA with the team.

Sooner or later Bryant is going to take Williams’s job away from him and Williams will probably be the teams No.4 receiver behind slot man Kevin Ogletree. If Williams wins the job to start the year he might be worth a late round flair but just remember he needs to play very good to keep his job.

Assets

- Great Quarterback

- Plays In A Dome

Liabilities

- Dez Bryant Should Take His Job

- Don’t Seem Focused On Being Successful

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