Williams caught four of six targets for 63 yards in Sunday's 43-0 loss to the Patriots. Williams has been perhaps the lone bright spot for the Dolphins through two weeks. The undrafted wide receiver's Week 1 touchdown is the only one Miami has scored through two weeks, and he was the team's only player to top 30 receiving yards in this one. Williams should have plenty of opportunities to accrue garbage-time stats moving forward, making him perhaps the Dolphins' most valuable fantasy commodity.
Williams hauled in three of five targets for 24 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 59-10 loss to Baltimore. Williams accounted for Miami's lone touchdown of the day, a toe-tapping connection with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with 14 seconds remaining in the second quarter. The undrafted rookie's end-zone grab made up for an earlier drop. It's certainly encouraging that Williams received early opportunities and capitalized, but it'll be difficult to count on him for consistent fantasy production given Miami's struggles on offense.
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|4||09/29||Los Angeles Chargers||19||24.00|
|9||11/03||New York Jets||24||27.00|
|14||12/08||@New York Jets||24||27.00|
|15||12/15||@New York Giants||30||36.00|
|17||12/29||@New England Patriots||3||14.00|
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