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Fantasy start/sit advice, Week 9: Terrance Williams is a promising start

The Dallas wide receiver has managed to stay productive despite a limited role. Can he keep it going in Week 9?

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams has found a way to provide owners with production in one way or another despite seeing limited targets. Through eight games played, Williams has only caught more than two passes in three of them. However, he's managed to find the end zone six times, which explains how he's only been a dud once this season (in Week 2, when he caught only two passes for 20 yards). His inconsistent production makes him hard to trust, but at this point, it's fair for owners to operate under the assumption that Williams will provide them with WR3 value in one way or another.

Fantasy Impact: Owners thinking about sitting Williams this week need to reconsider. Big D is taking on the Arizona Cardinals, who give up the most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. Patrick Peterson will shadow stud wide receiver Dez Bryant, which should leave Williams with plenty of opportunities to make plays. He's a solid WR3 play in all league formats.