Mike Williams lands on fantasy radar with another big game

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Mike Williams has his second straight 100-yard game against the Chiefs. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Williams continues his strong play in Week 6. Against the Kansas City Chiefs, Williams had four catches on six targets for 113 yards and a TD. His biggest play of the game was a brilliant 62-yard catch-and-run, badly burning Stanford Routt.

The Bucs went on to win 38-10.

Fantasy Impact: This is Williams' second straight 100 yard game (he racked up 115 against the Redskins in Week 5). Vincent Jackson is still firmly the Bucs' biggest target, but Williams has done a fine job on the other side, taking advantage of Jackson's double teams.

The Bucs face the New Orleans Saints in Week 7. Williams wasn't on many fantasy radars at the start of the season, but this is a great matchup and he's worth starting as a WR3.

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