4 Responses to “Dynasty Spotlight: Mike Williams x 2”

  1. Chris R. says:

    Love me some Mike Williams(TB).I was pretty stoked to be getting him late in the 1st rd, or early 2nd rd in drafts that happened back in May, especially after Benn in almost every draft.

    Williams is a stud on film, he does everything well, and I really think he’s a future #1 and a fantasy stud. I have picked him in every dynasty league I’m in, and I’m even on board now in redrafts.

    I’m glad I draft early in May, because now Williams stock is really high but I was able to get great value on him in every rookie draft that took place months ago. Great choice for this article.

    Btw love the new format here.

  2. Phish Brigade says:

    Williams (TB) has been my boy for awhile now. I’m loving everything that I’m hearing and I hope he continues to turn heads for all the right reasons. He’s got a great opportunity, I hope he makes the best of it.

  3. am_misfit says:

    The Seattle Mike Williams looks poised to begin the season as the starting Flanker.

    Here is how the receivers are stacking up right now (article by John Morgan, Field Gulls: http://www.fieldgulls.com/2010/8/8/1612556/preliminary-seahawks-depth-chart#storyjump )
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    Starters:
    Split End: Mike Williams

    Flanker: Golden Tate, Deion Branch

    Slot: T.J. Houshmandzadeh
    __________________________
    In the mix: Deon Butler, Ben Obomanu, Ruvell Martin, Kole Heckendorf

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