RB - KC
Week 13 Outlook
Kansas City Chiefs RB Darrel Williams received six carries and ran for 26 yards and a touchdown while hauling in his only target for 15 yards in a 26-17 win over the Buffalo Bills.
Williams ran hard against a formidable defensive line and scored on a fourth-down conversion that opened the game up for the Chiefs. To say Williams was playing inspired is an understatement, and he may know his time playing time could be limited with the acquisition of Le'Veon Bell. Despite this performance, he will not be a waiver target with Le'Veon Bell becoming eligible to play as soon as Week 7.
Chiefs RB Darrel Williams carried the ball once for four yards and caught one reception for another 15 yards in Sunday's 40-32 loss to the Raiders.
Williams received one carry for the second consecutive game, and his role in the offense is being scaled back every week. It will take an injury to Clyde Edwards-Helaire for Williams to be fantasy relevant, but he is still worth a bench stash due to being the backup RB on one of the NFL's best offenses.
Darrel Williams only had one carry for two yards and one target, but no catches during Kansas City's win against the New England Patriots on Monday night.
Williams has become less involved in all of the Chiefs' games since week 1. Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire has taken over the backfield in Kansas City, so expect Williams to see very few snaps moving forward.
Darrel Williams rushed twice for six yards and brought in both of his targets for one yard in the Chiefs' 34-20 win over the Ravens Monday night.
Williams is the preferred handcuff to Clyde Edwards-Helaire and that is where his fantasy value lies moving forward.
The Chiefs removed Darrel Williams (ankle) from their injury report on Saturday.
Williams will be ready to go for a Monday night showdown with the Ravens. He's nothing more than a handcuff to Clyde Edwards-Helaire for fantasy purposes.