Fantasy Spin: This is a dramatic turn of events from the beginning of camp, and great news for Williams' dynasty owners. There are few things more satisfying than getting a quick return on an investment which didn't likely cost much in the first place, and that could happen in Williams' case.
With teammate Miles Austin having a lengthy injury history with his hamstrings, it also bears mention that Williams could see even more chances should Austin miss time. If that's the case, there will be enough targets available amid a pass-heavy offense to make Williams a spot-starter for teams in need of a WR3/WR4, with more upside than players like Kevin Ogletree and Laurent Robinson had in the past. Williams' progress is well-worth monitoring as the preseason progresses.