WR - LAC
This Week Outlook
Chargers WR Mike Williams went off in his season finale for six receptions with 108 yards and a score in the Chargers' 38-21 win over the Chiefs in Week 17.
Williams caught a 48-yard beauty from Justin Herbert down the sideline for his first touchdown in five games. He played well to end his season but was otherwise a major disappointment. His fourth-season ends with 48 receptions for 756 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games played.
Chargers WR Mike Williams caught four passes for 54 scoreless yards in the Chargers' 19-16 win over the Denver Broncos.
Williams saw a team-high 10 targets, with his longest catch going for 25 yards. Williams' fantasy season should be considered a disappointment when compared to last season as his receiving yards plummeted from 1,001 to 648 in 14 games played. His lack of production will cause him to fall to a late-round selection in fantasy drafts next season since he is one of the most inconsistent receivers in the NFL.
Chargers' WR Mike Williams (back) is officially active and will play in Thursday's Week 15 contest against the Raiders. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Williams will be on a "rep count."
Williams tested out his back during pre-game warmups and is all systems go for Thursday Night Football. This is a bit of surprise as it was reported that Williams was unlikely to play. Despite the great matchup, Williams is a risky WR3 and fantasy managers should consider other wide receiver streaming options for Week 15.
Chargers WR Mike Williams (back) is not expected to suit up Thursday night vs. the Raiders, per sources.
This was somewhat expected, but now reports are surfacing that Williams is not expected to play. The Chargers are also not entirely sure about Keenan Allen (hamstring). Sources say that even if Allen is active, he’s likely to be limited. This opens the door for Tyron Johnson and Jalen Guyton, who could see more opportunities as a result of this news. Austin Ekeler should be very busy and Hunter Henry could see a few more targets as well.
Chargers WR Mike Williams (back) is a true game-time decision per sources.
Williams had to leave Week 14’s game vs. the Falcons after just a couple snaps after experiencing back issues. Both he and Keenan Allen (hamstring) are true game-time decisions for Week 15 on Thursday night vs. the Raiders. It’s best to steer clear of Williams even if he is active. Allen on the other hand would be a must start due to his safe floor and high ceiling if he is good to go.