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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - 2018 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Terrance Williams has 230 career receptions and has had different roles with the Cowboys. With Dez Bryant gone, there are going to be plenty of targets available for Dallas receivers. Williams might not put up big many big games but he has been consistent catching the ball.

Fantasy Upside

The Dallas wide receiver situation is one of the biggest fantasy question marks entering the season. Williams will be in the mix but there is doubt he will be the No. 1 or No. 2 WR. He had zero touchdowns last season, despite 57 receptions.

2018 Bottom Line

Williams will probably produce similar numbers he has put up during his Cowboys career, but he could also be better or worse. He ranks as our No. 84 receiver entering the season, but his role limits confidence in team owners so he probably won't be drafted in your league, nor should he be.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Atlanta Falcons

Terrance Williams' fantasy stock skyrocketed after last week's performance against Kansas City (9 receptions for 141 yards). However, don't be tempted by one great performance. He still doesn't have a touchdown this season and his previous receiving yardage high was 68 in Week 1.

Williams has his name in the conversation, but we need to see more games where he is putting up decent numbers. They don't have to be like last week, but at least consistency will give owners some confidence. Keep him on the bench.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - 2017 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Terrance Williams started 15 of 16 games last season and played 70% of the snaps on offense. He has been a part of the Dallas receiver rotation so he will get opportunities to put up some offensive numbers.

Fantasy Downside

Although he was a starter for Dallas, his numbers put him as the third wide receiver number-wise. He only caught 44 passes for 594 yards and four touchdowns and only caught more than three passes in six games and 50+ yards receiving in five games.

2017 Bottom Line

Williams is not a good fantasy option. Even with opportunities, he has put up poor numbers. He is the 69th ranked receiver and is basically depth as your fifth or six wide receiver. If you are going to draft hit, it should be with one of your late picks.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - Week 6, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Green Bay
Terrance Williams led the Cowboys with 70 receiving yards last week against Cincy. However, his overall numbers for 2016 have been low and with Dez Bryant out, QB Dak Prescott has not really found a go-to guy. So even though Williams had a decent game last week, no promises even with a great matchup in Week 6. The Packers are 29th in aFPA to wide receivers. But since Prescott is spreading the ball around so much, Williams fantasy value is very low. Keep him on the bench for Week 6.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - Week 4, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at San Francisco
Terrance Williams has been fairly quiet in 2016. He did have four catches last week for 88 yards, but has been targeted only eight times this season. With Dez Bryant out this week, Williams gets bumped up a little bit, but probably not enough to warrant a start in your lineup. There are too many questions on how each receiver will be used, but don't forget Williams had his best game ever in the regular season finale last season with Bryant out. However, a different QB and a road game make that improbable this time around. Keep Williams on the bench.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Terrance Williams is a solid No. 2 receiver on the Cowboys pecking order and played 77% of last season's snaps. His numbers got better last season with 15 more catches and 200+ more yards. He is considered their deep threat and his career average is 16.5 yards per reception. He also was a TD maker two years ago with eight.

Fantasy Downside
With Tony Romo now out for awhile, all the Cowboys skill players take a fantasy hit. Williams has Cole Beasley breathing down his neck for touches and could get more because the Cowboys will be less vertical without Romo. That's where Williams excels.

2016 Bottom Line
Williams came into camp with as the No. 2 receiver Dallas, but overall he is considered a one-trick pony doing most of his damage with the deep ball. His ADP of 172 has him being taken in the 16th or 17th rounds, but even before Romo's injury, that was too high. Let someone else take Williams because his numbers won't be anywhere near where they were originally projected and he wasn't that great in the first place.

by Chris Kucharski

DAL WR Terrance Williams - Week 17, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Washington
Terrance Williams is the No. 1 receiver for the Cowboys again this week which we see earlier this year and Williams didn't really take advantage of it. Last week, he was targeted 10 times but ended up with four receptions for 62 yards. The targets at lease make Williamws somewhat a fantasy option although we have not been impressed with him in this role. Even with a favorable matchup against the 'Skins who are 28th in aFPA to wide receivers. Keep Williams on the bench for Week 17 despite the frequency factor.

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