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2 months agoWhen Williams is the No. 1 or No. 2 WR in his offense, he has proven he can put up above-average fantasy numbers. His 2016 season attests to that when he was with the then San Diego Chargers (69 receptions, 1,059 yards, seven TD). But when Williams is a secondary option like last year when he fell behind Keenan Allen and Mike Williams on the target total totem pole with the Chargers, he is not much of a fantasy option (41-653-5). Oakland is the perfect landing spot for Williams. While he will not get the looks or have the stats Antonio Brown will, Williams is clearly quarterback David Carr’s No. 2 option without a doubt. Oakland’s other receivers (J.J. Nelson and Ryan Grant) pose no threat, and the Raiders have a gaping hole at tight end since Jared Cook signed with New Orleans. Do not assume Brown’s presence is a hindrance to Williams’ fantasy value. Brown will allow Williams to be single-covered and give him ample opportunities to make plays. Just look to how JuJu Schuster thrived alongside Brown the past two years in Pittsburgh. Williams’ combination of size, speed and hands should make him a key cog in Jon Gruden’s 2019 offense. Do not be surprised if Williams has the best year of his career.--Craig Rondinone - RotoBaller

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