WR - LAC
Week 12 Outlook
Chargers WR Mike Williams caught five of his six targets for 97 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers Week 11 win against the Steelers on Sunday.
Williams salvaged his day by catching the go-ahead 53-yard touchdown late in the 4th quarter on Sunday. He was still not heavily involved aside from that play. His explosion at the beginning of the season seems like a lifetime ago. But, this was still a step in the right direction. He will look to get more involved next week against the Broncos.
According to Gilbert Manzano, Mike Williams continues to deal with knee swelling.
According to Gilbert Manzano, Mike Williams continues to deal with knee swelling. Head coach Brandon Staley continues to reiterate that the swelling is not the issue with the lack of production for his veteran WR. Williams has only seen 10 catches for 137 yards in his last four games combined.
Chargers WR Mike Williams caught four of his six targets for 33 yards in the Chargers Week 10 loss against the Vikings on Sunday.
Since his blowup game against the Browns where he went off for 165 yards and two touchdowns, Williams has failed to surpass 60 yards receiving. His target totals have decreased dramatically in the past five weeks. His first five games, Williams was averaging 10.2 targets per game and since then he's averaging 5.2 targets per game. His production has taken a major hit and many are starting to wonder if he is dealing with an undisclosed injury or if it's the Chargers offense in general. Nonetheless, Williams has fallen from WR1 territory to WR3 territory until his production and targets start to increase.
Los Angeles Chargers WR Mike Williams caught two passes for 58 yards on five targets in the Chargers 27-24 win against the Eagles on Sunday.
Williams has looked like a completely different receiver compared to his hot start at the beginning of the season. A knee injury could be the cause of his poor play. He's gotten five targets in three of the past four games but has only topped 60 yards receiving, once. He will look to bounce back against the Vikings next week where he should be downgraded to a WR3 with WR1 upside.
Mike Williams caught two of five targets for 19 yards during the Chargers Week 8 loss against the Patriots.
Williams had another quiet day on Sunday. The Patriots did a fantastic job shutting down Williams and they came out with a win. This is back-to-back quiet games for Williams after starting the season on fire. He will look to get back on track next week against the Eagles.
Keenan Allen WR-LAC
recommended by 54% of experts
D.J. Moore WR-CAR
recommended by 75% of experts
Marquise Brown WR-BAL
recommended by 35% of experts
Brandin Cooks WR-HOU
recommended by 24% of experts
|2.||Jeff Smith||WR #24|
|T-3.||Ryan Hicks||WR #15|
|T-3.||Zachary Hanshew||WR #15|
|View Overall Accuracy Rankings|