Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Does Cadillac deserve fantasy draft love?
By Pat Yasinskas
ESPN.com's Eric Karabell takes a closer look at the fantasy value of Tampa Bay running back Cadillac Williams, who rebounded in a big way in 2010 after years of injuries.
Williams finished 25th in standard fantasy scoring last season, and as ESPN NFC South blogger Pat Yasinkas noted recently, he did this for an awful team that was a mess in terms of offensive leadership and its offensive line. Now Williams is the unquestioned starter, quarterback Josh Freeman is a year older, the defense is improved and according to the Tampa Tribune, Williams figures to increase his carries to 20 to 25 per game. Last season Williams averaged 13 rushes per contest.