DeAngelo Williams
DeAngelo Williams

DeAngelo Williams

Pittsburgh Steelers
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Thu, Sep 22nd 3:28am EDT
Williams continues to be a workhorse for the Steelers. He played 89 percent of the offensive snaps in Week 2. Williams remains an elite RB1 in Week 3 against the Eagles.

DeAngelo Williams rushed for only 21 yards on eight carries in Week 3 against the Eagles. He also had four receptions for 23 yards.

Fantasy Impact
This was a far cry from his performances over the first two weeks of the season and a disappointing way for him to end his reign as the Steelers number one back. It's hard to blame Williams himself for his lack of production as the Steelers offense was never on track. With the return of Le'Veon Bell, Williams will take a back seat next week and lose a lot of fantasy value.

Category: Game Recaps


WalterFootball, Wed, Sep 21st 11:18pm EDT

This is Williams' final game before Le'Veon Bell returns, so he still gets the bulk of the work, which has been a big bulk. He should again see 30 plus touches, which makes him hard to pass on.

Fantasy Football Maniax, Tue, Sep 20th 2:27am EDT

This will be the last game Williams starts before RB Le'Veon Bell comes back from suspension. Williams should be an elite play again this week.

FanSided, Thu, Sep 8th 4:10pm EDT

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RotoBaller, Mon, Aug 1st 10:00am EDT

While the NFL has now transformed into a pass-first league that relies on quarterbacks and wide receivers more than it does running backs, the same cannot be said for fantasy football. Running backs are even more important now in fantasy football than they used to be 5-10 years.  That is because there are fewer workhorses