65 rec. / 964 yds.
71 rec. / 1,065 yds.
Williams turned out to be a very pleasant surprise for the Bucs (and fantasy football owners) last year. His 11 touchdowns led all rookies and he quickly emerged as quarterback Josh Freeman's favorite target. Williams should be able to add more receiving yards in his second season (he had 964 yards in 2010), but it will be difficult for him to match his 11 touchdowns. Still, he's a very good wide receiver that should be looked at a lower-end number one or a solid number two fantasy football wide receiver.