By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on August 1, 2014
To help you form a draft strategy this summer, here is a fantasy football statistical prediction for Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams.
Williams was the one constant for the Cowboys' passing game last season. He will likely play in all 16 games again in 2014, so don't consider the wideout an injury risk.
Williams will walk into the starting job in Dallas. and as a result, he will see plenty of targets this fall. Unfortunately, he has ceiling on his overall numbers with Dez Bryant and Jason Witten demanding so many balls per game.
The big play ability will help William’s rack up yardage, but he will still be a long shot to finish with 1,000 yards. Look for him to finish at around 800 receiving yards in 2014.
Williams had 12 of his 44 receptions last season go over 20 yards. He is a legitimate downfield threat and will constantly keep his YPC over 13 yards.
Some are expecting T-Will to flirt with a double-digit touchdown season, but I am a little more realistic. I have the speedster hauling six touchdowns in his sophomore campaign.
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