Williams is a good player, but he was something of a forgotten man for the Chargers the last two seasons after catching 69 passes for 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns as a second-year player in 2016. Unfortunately, he didn’t crack 70 targets in either 2017 or 2018. The good news is that after Antonio Brown and Williams, there isn’t a whole lot of receiving talent on the roster. The team lost Jared Cook (101 targets), Jordy Nelson (88), Seth Roberts (64) and Amari Cooper (31) from last year’s team, so there’s room for Williams to get 90+ targets even if Brown sees a monster target share. Oakland signed him to a deal worth $11.1 million per season, which was the biggest per season signing at the position this year, and that certainly shows intent. As a 27-year-old with good size, speed and a history of production, Williams is an intriguing pick in the double-digit rounds.