• Ty'Son Williams

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by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Chicago Bears

Ty’Son Williams has a little upside with Le’Veon Bell now off the roster, but he’s still at least second on the depth chart at running back – third if you count Lamar Jackson – and that’s while Latavius Murray remains sidelined. He’s not getting enough touches to warrant any fantasy consideration. Leave him on waivers.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Ty’Son Williams was a healthy scratch last week. With Latavius Murray unlikely to suit up, the door is open for Williams to at least be active, but with Devonta Freeman and Le’Veon Bell hanging around as well, it’s too risky to trust him in any lineups. Leave him on waivers in most leagues.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Ty’Son Williams returned to the active roster last week against the Colts, but he still split time in the backfield with Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman, ending up with just four carries and two receptions for 21 total yards. This looks like a committee, and unless that changes on a consistent basis, fantasy managers should steer clear of this backfield. I might hold him one more week on the bench, but he’s definitely droppable in shallow formats.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at Denver Broncos

Ty’Son Williams has taken 50% of the Ravens’ offensive snaps so far this season, but he’s not been a big fantasy scorer thus far. He had just five carries for 22 yards last week against the Lions, as the offense struggled as a whole, and is averaging 10.7 total touches per game. Williams probably still has the most upside among Ravens running backs, but it’s hard to get too excited when Lamar Jackson leads the team in every major rushing category.

This week, Williams faces a tough Broncos defense that shut down the Jets last week and ranks fourth in aFPA to opposing running backs. With a tough matchup and a timeshare, we have Williams ranked outside of RB3 or flex territory in most leagues and fantasy managers should look elsewhere if possible.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 at Detroit Lions

Ty’Son Williams split work last week and wound up with 77 yards on the ground and 16 additional yards on a pair of receptions. Williams is averaging 6.5 yards per carry through two games so far, giving him the highest upside of the Ravens’ running backs. He will continue to lose touches, especially around the goal line, to Lamar Jackson, however, limiting his upside.

This week, Williams faces a Lions defense that has allowed big games to Elijah Mitchell and Aaron Jones so far this season and ranked dead last in aFPA to opposing running backs a year ago. Williams’ workload and the presence of Lamar Jackson as a goal-line running option limits his upside a little, but in a great matchup, we have him ranked as a solid RB2 option this week.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Ty’Son Williams had a nice 35-yard touchdown run in the first quarter on Monday night against the Raiders but was otherwise held in check before taking a back seat for much of the second half. He finished with nine carries for 65 yards and a touchdown, although he caught three of four targets for 29 yards as well. The Ravens backfield is going to be a little up in the air for at least another week, so fantasy managers are going to have to take risks in sitting or starting any of them.

This week, Williams has RB2 upside if he can get double-digit touches against the Chiefs. Kansas City gave up big numbers to Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt last week and ranked 26th in aFPA to opposing running backs last year. If you have someone with a more certain workload, it might be nice to take a wait-and-see approach to the Baltimore backfield for another week. If you feel like gambling though, Williams could pay off big for you. We have him ranked as an RB2.

by Brandon Niles

BAL RB Ty'Son Williams - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 at Las Vegas Raiders

Ty’Son Williams stands to benefit from injuries to J.K. Dobbins and Justice Hill, but the addition of Le’Veon Bell makes it a gamble to bank on him in Week 1. Gus Edwards should still get starter touches in this offense, so keep Williams as a roster-stash in deep leagues until we see how the backfield split is going to break out.

UPDATE: With Edwards likely out for the long haul with a knee injury suffered on Thursday, Williams should be a primary roster addition wherever available. I would still take a wait-and-see approach to this backfield for the short-term, with a few bodies all likely to be involved, but definitely add Williams now if he's available.

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