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Week 3 Outlook
Bills’ wide receivers Duke Williams and Robert Foster “are going to have a difficult time” making the team’s roster.
The Bills acquired Stefon Diggs and selected wideouts Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins In the 2020 NFL draft. The Bills have John Brown, Cole Beasley, Davis, Hodgins and special teams standout Andre Roberts on the depth chart. With the Bills loaded at WR, it remains to be seen if Williams and Foster make the cut. Both wideouts will have a “difficult time making the team without any injuries.” Williams and Foster should draw plenty of interest in the free agent market if either is cut.
Duke Williams caught four of his ten targets for 49 yards in the Bills' Wild Card loss to the Texans.
Williams had a few nice performances this season, and is the sole big-bodied receiver on the Bills roster. Williams could work himself into a bigger role for 2020 given that he has a unique role in the offense. He will be a late round flier, but has some potential to grow his role with a strong camp and preseason heading into 2020.
Duke Williams caught six of his twelve targets for 108 yards in the Bills' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Williams was thrust into a starting role thanks to the Bills making most of their starters inactive. Williams has turned in a few strong performances in his career, but doesn't have much fantasy appeal given that he's still buried on the depth chart. Williams is signed on the cheap for 2020, so the Bills will likely retain him, even with no dead cap if he's cut. Williams figures to be a bench player for the Bills next season.
Duke Williams is inactive for Sunday's game in Cleveland.
Williams has been listed as inactive for the second week in a row. His best game of the season came in Week 5, where he posted a 4-29-1 line. At one point he was considered Buffalo’s WR3, but that role seems to be a forgotten conclusion. Williams is a dynasty hold for now.
Bills wide receiver Duke Williams is inactive for the team's Week 9 matchup against Washington Redskins.
Williams played last week and caught just one of his two targets for six yards, and his Sunday status appears to be a coach's decision rather than an injury.