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This guy looks like a beast this year. I think he's going to keep this up.
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I sure hope so. He did look fantastic, especially on that first deep TD toss. He just needs more targets.
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I'm selling Keenan because of him......
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I agree. Mike Williams is legit.

Took a risk on Williams and Golladay in the draft. It appears like these guys have a chance to become top 10 WRs this season. They are the #13 and #14 top scoring WRs in my league right now.
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Elmagister wrote:No way I'd be scared off of Allen because of him.


Agreed, if anything the threat of Williams will clear out coverage for Allan.
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DeeCleat wrote:
Elmagister wrote:No way I'd be scared off of Allen because of him.


Agreed, if anything the threat of Williams will clear out coverage for Allan.


I've got AJ, Michael Thomas, and Galladay. I'm trying to get Mixon and Rudolph... I have Kittle but after yesterday I'm trying to move him.

Through 3 weeks
Keenan Allen 26 Targets 17 receptions 219 yds 1 TD
Mike Williams 15 Targets 11 receptions 189yds 3TD's
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Allen And Williams are in the early stages of metamorphosis to become the Dynamic Duo
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I really want to add this guy but finding room might be tricky in a week where I need a back up TE. Is it worth dropping Enunwa for him, especially as your WR6? i.e. not reliant on him to start. Higher upside.
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Ridley or Williams for rest of year ?

also, Would you drop Allison or devantrle parker For them ?
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DrunkLikeAChampion wrote:Ridley or Williams for rest of year ?

also, Would you drop Allison or devantrle parker For them ?


Parker
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R2000 wrote:
DrunkLikeAChampion wrote:Ridley or Williams for rest of year ?

also, Would you drop Allison or devantrle parker For them ?


Parker


In a big way...
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x3

I'm considering dropping Enunwa for him in .5 PPR, Parker is an EASY yes.
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Parker...will probably be one of the 6 WRs on the Phins who will have 40 catches this year.
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12 Tm, Std
Winston
Gurley, A Jones, Singletary, Mattison, Boone
Lockett, DJ Moore, Boyd, M Williams, R Anderson, AJ Green
Kelce
Buttkicker
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Snap counts as a percentage of snaps their QB took (in parenthesis is the % of snaps of the WR1 on their team)

Calvin Ridley
1 - 65% (81%)
2 - 56% (77%)
3 - 61% (79%)

Mike Williams
1 - 53% (87%)
2 - 69% (91%)
3 - 67% (76%)


Draw from it what you will, but Falcons seem to get the ball to Ridley on more designed plays since they pull their WR1 from the game more (or Julio needs more breathers). Mike Williams' production may be more due to coverage.


Either I'd be a concerned Keenan Allen owner, or I'd be concerned that Mike Williams production was just because Allen faced harder coverage or wasn't on the field.
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jnadke wrote:Snap counts as a percentage of snaps their QB took (in parenthesis is the % of snaps of the WR1 on their team)

Calvin Ridley
1 - 65% (81%)
2 - 56% (77%)
3 - 61% (79%)

Mike Williams
1 - 53% (87%)
2 - 69% (91%)
3 - 67% (76%)


Draw from it what you will, but Falcons seem to get the ball to Ridley on more designed plays since they pull their WR1 from the game more (or Julio needs more breathers). Mike Williams' production may be more due to coverage.


Either I'd be a concerned Keenan Allen owner, or I'd be concerned that Mike Williams production was just because Allen faced harder coverage or wasn't on the field.


Aren't they running Allen out of the slot more this year? And running the Williams's on the outside? Them missing a TE is giving Williams more value if you ask me.
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12 Tm, Std
Winston
Gurley, A Jones, Singletary, Mattison, Boone
Lockett, DJ Moore, Boyd, M Williams, R Anderson, AJ Green
Kelce
Buttkicker
BALT