College: Grambling State | 2 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 204 lbs
Birth Date: 10/19/1994
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2018 Bye Week: 9
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams was targeted eight times against the Denver Broncos on Thursday, Oct. 18. He caught four passes for 34 yards.
Fantasy Spin: Williams' eight targets were both tied for the team lead and a career high. He's been a bit more involved recently, and the former third-round pick could be added to watch lists in larger leagues.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams had four catches on eight targets for 34 yards in the team's blowout loss to the Denver Broncos. Williams tied for the team lead in targets with veteran wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Although the second-year pro got significant looks this game, there is not enough weekly upside to justify rostering Williams outside of the deepest leagues.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams has failed to make an impact in the Cardinals offense so far this season. Playing as the third wide receiver on the team's depth chart, Williams has found it difficult to see consistent targets each week. Therefore, Williams has almost no fantasy value heading into Week 7 against the Broncos.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams has had several uninspiring performances so far this season. The second-year pro is now the third wide receiver on the depth chart and should not be considered a good fantasy option, even in deeper leagues. Williams has some touchdown upside, but not enough to justify starting the young wide receiver in Week 6 against the Vikings.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams was largely disappointing in the team's victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Despite seeing six targets, Williams could only come up with two receptions for 23 yards on the night. Given the emergence of Christian Kirk, Williams should be left on waiver wires for the foreseeable future.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams got a touchdown last week and will look to replicate that success against the 49ers this weekend. However, those looks may be hard to come by given that Williams will be behind both Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk in the wide receiver depth chart. Williams should not be started in fantasy leagues due to his lack of consistent targets in the Cardinals offense.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams had a touchdown on his only catch of the night. With 22 yards on the night, Williams made a play but ultimately was not a consistent contributor to the team's offense. Williams has minimal fantasy value outside of the deepest leagues going forward.
Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams caught one of his three targets for a 22-yard touchdown in a 20-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4.
Arizona Cardinals DT Robert Nkemdiche (knee), DT Corey Peters (elbow), DT Olsen Pierre (toe) and OT Andre Smith (elbow) were limited during practice and are listed as questionable for Week 4. QB Sam Bradford (pectoral), OT Korey Cunningham (thumb), S Johnathan Ford (ankle), LB Dennis Gardeck (ankle), DE Markus Golden (knee), TE Jermaine Gresham (Achilles'), DE Benson Mayowa (ankle) and WR Chad Williams (illness) fully participated in practice and are not on the injury report.
Arizona Cardinals DT Corey Peters (elbow) and OT Andre Smith (elbow) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 27. DEs Markus Golden (knee), Benson Mayowa (ankle), DTs Olsen Pierre (toe), Robert Nkemdiche (knee) and TE Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) were limited participants, while WR Chad Williams (illness), LB Dennis Gardeck (ankle), S Rudy Ford (ankle) and OT Korey Cunningham (thumb) practiced in full.
Arizona Cardinals DTs Robert Nkemdiche (knee), Corey Peters (elbow) and OL Andre Smith (elbow) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 26. S Rudy Ford (ankle), LB Dennis Gardeck (ankle), DEs Markus Golden (knee), Benson Mayowa (ankle), WR Chad Williams (illness), DT Olsen Pierre (toe) and TE Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) were all limited, while OL Korey Cunningham (thumb) practiced in full.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams faces a very tough game against the Bears this weekend. The second-year wide receiver has yet to record a catch through two games despite seeing targets in both outings. Therefore, Williams has minimal fantasy value going into Week 3 due to his performance and that of the team's offense.
Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams, listed as the No. 2 receiver, went without a catch on three targets in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Fantasy Spin: Head coach Steve Wilks said everyone across the board will be evaluated, and with just six points scored through two games, offensive shake-ups could be coming. Only two Arizona wideouts had receptions. Williams had a nice training camp and preseason, but he wasn't a terribly attractive option, even as a No. 2, so avoid him for fantasy purposes going forward.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams heavily disappointed in Week 2, failing to record a single catch despite having four passes thrown his way. Williams is working his way out of the team's offensive plans, and as the fifth option in the team's passing game should not be considered a player with any fantasy value going forward. Unless he is able to turn around his performances, Williams should be left on the waiver wire until further notice.
Arizona Cardinals WRs Christian Kirk and Chad Williams anticipate seeing more targets in Week 2 after combining for just five said targets last week. Head coach Steve Willks said the Cardinals need to spread it around more in the passing game.
Fantasy Spin: That's all well and good, but we'll need to see it to believe it before any actionable decisions are made. Keep Kirk and/or Williams on fantasy benches for the time being.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams has some upside against a weak Redskins secondary this week. Williams, the second year pro, is the No. 2 wideout on the team's depth chart entering the season but should split reps with rookie Christian Kirk. Nevertheless, with the expected playing style of the Cardinals offense, expect Williams to be nothing more than a flex option with some weekly upside.
The Arizona Cardinals have named wide receiver Chad Williams as the No. 2 wideout across from veteran Larry Fitzgerald. Williams has beaten rookie Christian Kirk for the role. Although Kirk is expected to still feature heavily, this is great news for Williams dynasty owners as well as those looking for a solid wide receiver in the later rounds of redraft formats. Consider Williams a flex option to start the season, regardless of the format.
Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams turned heads in the preseason game Friday, Aug. 17, against the New Orleans Saints, posting three receptions for 33 yards. He and WR Christian Kirk made their presence felt, much to the delight of head coach Steve Wilks. 'I definitely did,' Wilks said. 'Those guys did a great job.'
Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams (knee) was limited during practice Wednesday, Aug. 8, because of knee tendinitis.
Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams was the No. 3 receiver with the first-team offense in 11-on-11 drills during training camp Sunday, July 29.