Mike Williams, Vincent Jackson light it up in Week 4

Matt Stamey-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers Mike Williams and Vincent Jackson both had big days in Week 4. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers Mike Williams and Vincent Jackson both lit up the stat sheets in Sunday's loss to the Washington Redskins. Williams finished with four receptions for 115 yards and no scores, while Jackson finished with six receptions for 100 yards and a touchdown. Together, the tandem accounted for over 200 yards of total offense.

Fantasy Analysis: Williams and Jackson are both proving to be reliable fantasy options, which is rare since they are on the same team and their quarterback is slightly above mediocre. Williams and Jackson are both starter-worthy receivers, though Jackson is probably the better option, especially in PPR leagues as the more targeted player. Josh Freeman's rocket arm and the offense's willingness to go downfield gives both of these receivers big upside.

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