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Oct 2, 2022 4 19 4.8 13 0 1
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2022 85 6.54 1 2 3
2021 558 3.88 6 47 452 2 1488.7
2020 169 4.33 1 18 116 352.2
3y Avg. 289 3.85 3 0 27 245 1 765.1
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Just one touch in Week 3

    Williams had one carry for seven yards and didn't haul in his only target during Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams. In the wake of James Conner hurting his ankle in Week 2, there was a belief Williams would be the beneficiary if the former was limited or out in Week 3. Conner ended up playing his typical 60 percent of the offensive snaps, however, en route to 16 touches for 57 yards, while Williams logged 17 percent (and one touch) and Eno Benjamin managed 27 percent (and seven touches for 23 yards). There has been no word of an aggravation of Conner's injury, so Williams appears as though he'll be in a depth role once again Sunday in Carolina.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Week 3 Adds (RB Preview)

    As of now we don't expect James Conner to play in Week 3 and we expect Williams to lead the backfield without him. But there's a low degree of confidence in both, so don't make a huge splash in terms of FAB. Williams should handle a majority of the short-yardage work, which gives him a slight edge, but this is a bad matchup and it will be a committee.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin (24 percent rostered) could be called upon to play a bigger role for the Cardinals with Conner banged up, although NFL Network reported Monday that Conner's injury isn't considered serious. However, if Conner is out for Week 3 against the Rams, then Williams and Benjamin could both be flex options in the majority of leagues. I'll give the nod to Williams as the better Fantasy option based on what happened against the Raiders in Week 2 when Conner was hurt. While both had eight carries, Williams finished with 59 yards and a touchdown, compared to 31 yards for Benjamin. It was Benjamin who did more in the passing game with three catches for 20 yards on four targets, while Williams had two catches for 3 yards on three targets. Neither one feels like a safe option against the Rams, but Williams would likely have the better chance to score. He's worth up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB budget, while Benjamin is worth 5-10 percent.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: First touches with new team

    Williams had eight carries for 59 yards and one touchdown while hauling in two of three targets for three yards during Sunday's 29-23 overtime win at Las Vegas. One week removed from being contained to 15 special-teams snaps in his first action as a Cardinal, Williams was the third of the team's running backs to earn touches during this Week 2 contest behind James Conner and Eno Benjamin. Additional opportunity opened up in the second half when Conner left with an ankle injury, allowing Williams to lead the backfield in offensive snaps (40 of 87) and yards from scrimmage (62). Conner's issue isn't believed to be a long-term one, but Williams may be in line for more work in the short term if the former is limited or forced to miss any game action.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: No offensive snaps in Week 1

    Williams logged zero of 65 offensive snaps and 15 on special teams during Sunday's 44-21 loss to the Chiefs. James Conner is the unquestioned No. 1 running back in Arizona, but prior to Week 1 it was unclear who his top backup was among Williams, Eno Benjamin, Jonathan Ward and rookie sixth-round pick Keaontay Ingram. Ingram was removed as a consideration when he was deemed inactive before Sunday's kickoff. Then, as the opener played out, Benjamin was the only one of the remaining trio to get snaps on offense (22) behind Conner (47), while Williams and Ward (14 plays) were contained to special teams. Williams could enter the game plan as soon as Week 2, but Benjamin was efficient with his seven touches (61 total yards), so the latter seems poised to remain Conner's No. 2 for the foreseeable future.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Sleepers

    Williams started five games earlier this season when Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) was out with a knee injury, and Williams scored at least 16 PPR points in three of those outings. He should have the opportunity for a quality outing against the Bengals with an increased workload, and he's worth trusting as a No. 2 running back in all leagues. In deeper formats, you can use Derrick Gore also. He has three games this season with at least 11 total touches, and he scored at least 13 PPR points in two of them.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Finds end zone in preseason loss

    Williams recorded two rushes for nine yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 26-23 preseason loss to Tennessee. Williams was the second back on the field behind Eno Benjamin. However, he tallied his first carry of the game at the goal line, and he converted the opportunity for a one-yard touchdown plunge. Williams hasn't gotten much work in the preseason and has potentially slipped behind Benjamin on Arizona's running back depth chart.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Gets first preseason work

    Williams received one carry for three yards in Sunday's 24-17 preseason loss to the Ravens. It was Williams' first work in an Arizona uniform after signing with the club this past offseason. The veteran back received his lone touch in the first half (starter James Conner rested), indicating that the 27-year-old is competing with Eno Benjamin for the primary backup role behind the Cardinals' workhorse to begin the regular season.
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  • Cardinals' Darrel Williams: Lands deal with Arizona

    Williams signed with the Cardinals on Tuesday, NFL reporter Jordan Schultz reports. Williams finished the 2021 campaign with 558 rushing yards, 452 receiving yards and eight total touchdowns across 17 appearances for Kansas City last season. The AFC West squad reportedly wanted to re-sign Williams this offseason, but the 27-year-old opted to test free agency instead. In Arizona, Williams will compete with rookie Keaontay Ingram and second-year back Eno Benjamin for touches behind James Connor, but Williams' experience and pass protection skills likely land him as the favorite to earn the No. 2 spot on the depth chart to start 2022.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Set to test free agency

    Williams is slated to test the free-agent market, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Chiefs tried to re-sign Williams -- who worked in tandem with Clyde Edwards-Helaire last season -- ahead of the opening of free agency. With no deal arrived at, the 26-year-old, who led the team with 558 rushing yards (on 144 carries) and added 47 catches for 452 yards and eight total TDs in 17 games in 2021, now is on track have a chance to field offers from other teams looking for backfield help.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Suits up Sunday

    Williams (toe) is listed as active for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. After logging a full practice Wednesday, Williams, who was inactive for last weekend's divisional-round win over Buffalo, was listed as limited Thursday and Friday, before being officially deemed questionable ahead of Sunday's contest. While Williams is in uniform, it remains to be seen how much of a workload he'll see in his return to action, with both Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire also in Kansas City's backfield mix. With that in mind, Williams, who recorded 144 carries for 558 yards and six TDs to go along with 47 catches for 452 yards and a pair of receiving scores in 17 regular-season appearances, profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option versus Cincinnati, while coming off his toe injury.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Deemed questionable for AFCCG

    Williams (toe) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Williams was listed as a full practice participant Wednesday before sliding back to limited Thursday and Friday. He also was listed as questionable for KC's first two playoff games, but he logged just eight snaps in the wild-card round and was inactive for the divisional-round win over Buffalo. Even if Williams plays, he may just be the No. 3 back behind Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire at this point, especially if he's fighting through pain.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Logs limited practice

    Williams (toe) was limited at practice Thursday. Williams practiced fully Wednesday, but at this stage it's unclear if his limitations Thursday were maintenance-related or indicative of a setback. What the running back is able to do during Friday's session should add clarity with regard to his status for Sunday's AFC Championship Game versus the Bengals. If Williams is available this weekend, his return to the mix would bolster a Kansas City backfield that was led by Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire in the team's divisional-round win over the Bills.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Logs full practice

    Williams (toe) practiced fully Wednesday. Williams, who returned to limited participation in practice last Friday, was inactive for Kansas City's divisional-round win over the Bills. However, his return to full participation to begin the current week paves the way for the running back to be available for Sunday's AFC Championship Game versus the Bengals, barring any setbacks. If Williams suits up this weekend, he would re-enter a backfield that also includes Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Jerick McKinnon. When all three players have been healthy this season, Williams hasn't typically seen enough volume to be a worthy fantasy option.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Sitting out divisional round

    Williams (toe) is inactive for Sunday night's divisional-round game against the Bills, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. After missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, Williams returned to a limited session Friday but will sit this one out. Meanwhile, Kansas City welcomes back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) -- who last played Week 16 -- to a running back corps that also includes Jerick McKinnon, who led the team's ground game in last weekend's wild-card win over the Steelers, with Derrick Gore on hand in reserve. In Williams' absence, expect Edwards-Helaire to reclaim a solid share of the team's touches, with McKinnon involved as well in the wake of his effective outing in the Chiefs' playoff opener.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Misses another practice

    Williams (toe) didn't practice Thursday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Williams missed Wednesday's practice as well, so what he's able to do Friday will be telling with regard to his chances of suiting up for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Bills. While Williams' status for the contest is cloudy for now, Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) has been practicing this week and thus is trending toward a return to action versus Buffalo. In Kansas City's wild-card win over the Steelers this past weekend, Williams logged just eight snaps on offense and one carry, while Jerick McKinnon led the team's backfield with 12 carries on 51 snaps.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Misses practice

    Williams (toe) didn't practice Wednesday, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire participated in some capacity, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Williams played through the injury in Sunday's 42-21 win over the Steelers, but he was limited to a backup role (eight snaps) and finished with four yards and a lost fumble (which T.J. Watt returned for a touchdown). With Edwards-Helaire missing the game altogether, Jerick McKinnon was the lead back and ultimately took 18 touches for 142 yards and a touchdown. The Chiefs' coaching staff hasn't revealed whether McKinnon will get the chance to repeat that workload Sunday against Buffalo in the divisional round, with Edwards-Helaire perhaps now the bigger threat than Williams.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Suits up, limited to backup role

    Williams (toe) had just one carry for four yards, was charged with a fumble, and didn't draw a target in the passing game in a 42-21 win over the Steelers. Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) missed his third straight contest, but it was Jerick McKinnon who drew the start took over lead-back duties instead of Williams. Perhaps the 26-year-old -- who was listed as questionable heading into the contest -- was not as ready to play as pregame reports indicated, resulting in a underwhelming usage and a poor fantasy showing. He was effectively benched for the remainder of the contest after he was involved in a sloppy handoff from Mecole Hardman that resulted in a fumble that was scooped up by T.J. Watt and returned for a Steelers touchdown. The status of Edwards-Helaire is still uncertain for next round's tilt against the Bills, but McKinnon looks like the hot hand among Kansas City's remaining backfield options for the time being.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Suiting up Sunday

    Williams (toe) is listed as active for Sunday's wild-card game against the Steelers, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Willliams approached the contest listed as questionable after practicing in a limited fashion this past week, but by Friday coach Andy Reid indicated that he thought the running back would be available Sunday, barring any pregame setbacks, per Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star. With his availability for Kansas City's playoff opener confirmed, Williams is in line to head Kansas City's rushing attack versus Pittsburgh, with Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) ruled out for the third game in a row. Meanwhile, Derrick Gore and Jerick McKinnon are on hand to fill complementary/change-of-pace roles behind Williams.
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  • Chiefs' Darrel Williams: Another limited practice

    Williams (toe) remained limited at practice Thursday. Meanwhile, fellow running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) didn't practice after logging a limited session Wednesday. Friday's final injury report should add some clarity with regard to the duo's chances of suiting up for Sunday's playoff game against the Steelers, but at this point Williams' availability for the contest looks more secure than Edwards-Helaire's.
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