DeAngelo Williams
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FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Recently, Williams joked that he and Stewart should be much higher on fantasy draft rankings because the Panthers have no receivers. While true, we still don't trust Williams or Stewart to play a full season. And the fact remains that they cancel each other out.
The Football Girl | Aug 19th
Not much upside here; at best, potential flex value in leagues of 12 or more.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 19th
DeAngelo will come so cheap in 2014 drafts, but he was the centerpiece during play-offs. He can be your bye week and injury spot starting RB with upside.
Breaking Football | Aug 19th
D-Will is far from elite but he can still get it done. He's a nice Flex and a decent RB2 some weeks.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
He is another one of these 30 year old running backs that does not have a ton of career carries. Despite being 31 years old, he has only 1,370 career carries and 173 career receptions. My concern is he has not topped 1,000 yards since the 2009 season, he is a low RB3 to high RB4 with very little upside.
The New York Times | Aug 19th
Entrenched in an RBBC with no goal line love.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
DeAngelo Williams is somehow still on the Panthers roster and should see some time at lead back when Jonathan Stewart suffers his inevitable yearly injury. As always Cam Newton and Mike Tolbert cap the value of the running backs in Carolina.