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Week 14 Outlook
Jamaal Williams carried the ball four times for seven yards while also catching his lone target for six yards in the Saints' 33-28 Week 13 loss to the Detroit Lions.
Williams has offered minimal output when on the field of late, finishing with less than 40 total offensive yards in each of his last five games for the Saints. The veteran running back continues to be nothing more than an injury handcuff for fantasy managers with Alvin Kamara, even with a generous Week 14 matchup against the Carolina Panthers ahead.
Jamaal Williams carried the ball twice for six yards and added two catches for four yards in a 24-15 loss to the Falcons in Week 12.
Williams spent some time in the injury tent after coming up holding his arm in the second half but he appeared to be fine. After scoring 17 touchdowns with the Lions last season he has not found the end zone this year. He will be a low-end flex in Week 13 against Detroit.
Jamaal Williams rushed for seven yards on just four carries and caught one pass for three yards in a 27-19 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
The Saints' didn't give Williams many opportunities on Sunday. He logged just five touches on the day and wasn't able to do much with any of them. He hasn't been good since returning from his hamstring injury and is better off staying on the waiver wire in most leagues for the foreseeable future.
Jamaal Williams rushed for six yards on three carries in the Saints’ 24-17 win over the Bears. He caught 2-of-3 targets for six yards.
Williams’ role has drastically changed with the return of Alvin Kamara, and with Taysom Hill taking more carries over the last two weeks. Fantasy managers should view Williams as a handcuff, but should leave him out of their starting lineups heading into Week 10.
Jamaal Williams rushed the ball six times for 30 yards and caught one pass for eight yards in a 38-27 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Williams didn't play a big role for the Saints on Sunday and got just seven touches on the day. He is averaging six touches per game since returning from his hamstring injury, which is not enough to make him fantasy relevant. Fantasy managers are best off leaving him on the waiver wire for the foreseeable future.