Williams took over for Kareem Hunt in mid-December and definitely looked the part. He averaged 19.4 touches for 114 yards and 1.6 touchdowns in five games (23.4 PPG in half-PPR formats), including the postseason. He averaged 5.60 YPC in that span and showed dual-threat ability, playing well enough to earn a two-year extension from the Chiefs. Update: The Chiefs signed LeSean McCoy (for $3 million), which is certainly a worry for Williams owners. McCoy most likely eats into Darwin Thompson's projected workload, but Williams' ranking has been adjusted downward given the additional risk.