Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game. Williams is dealing with a hamstring injury sustained in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals. He caught four passes for 38 yards, including a touchdown, in that game.
He practiced all three days, though he was a limited participant in all of them, taking the lightest workload on Friday (some beat writers suggested he was out for the practice, he did so little.) Fortunately for Williams, the Buccaneers had a bye week following the Arizona game, so he's had some extra time to heal up.
It seems unlikely that Williams will miss the game, unless there's been a setback we don't know about. He hasn't been as productive this season as he has in seasons past, but with rookie quarterback Mike Glennon taking over, who knows what will happen?
Fantasy Impact: Williams seems like a solid play for the No. 3 receiver spot on any fantasy team. Most believe he'll be ready to go Sunday and he should be starting. Unless you have a better option for that spot -- which seems unlikely -- he's all systems go. Glennon will definitely be looking for him early and often.