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  • #13
    Pre 2021 version Mike Williams = high risk to injury, lower percentage acrobatic catches, for 1st downs leading to injuries.

    2021 Mike Williams = low risk to injury, higher percentage TD catches, with minimal hits to body.


    The latter could be a perennial 9-12 TD a season guy.

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    • #14
      My understanding is that with this offense his 'X' receiver position is the favored one, meaning it goes a lot of plays. He always had the skills just this system seems to suit him better. I would like to see more of Donald Parham. He has made some plays.

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      • #15
        This should be interesting to see what those who wanted him traded will say. I think the OP was one of them but not sure. I wasn't keeping score lol

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        • #16
          Like some political ad, Caslon approves this thread.

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          • #17
            Originally posted by SuperCharged View Post

            I still would take TJ over Guyton. But I'm not going rag on it.
            Guyton has not looked impressive so far.

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            • #18
              The Chargers are projected to have a lot of cap space going into next year. It depends on how he finishes the year. They have more glaring needs in a RT and more beef on their IDL, but I wouldn't be opposed to signing him to decent contract if he can stay healthy this year

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              • #19
                Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post

                Guyton has not looked impressive so far.
                Tyron Johnson has better hands. Guyton ant Johnson were burning defenses deep last season. Haven't seen a deep ball to Guyton yet this year. Doesn't really matter, with the way Mike Williams is playing and Keenan Allen continuing his Superman ways.

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                • #20
                  Originally posted by Velo View Post
                  Mike Williams has underperformed for his draft position. There are several WRs drafted below him in 2017 who have been better. But even though he's somewhat of a disappointment, I've always liked him. I've always considered him a stud, and I like his attitude. Maybe it has taken Lombardi/Staley to figure out how to get the most out of him. But so far this season, he is showing why he was drafted at No. 7 overall. I was a little nervous about the decision not to resign before the start of this season. But I think TT has to reach out to his agent now and open negotiations for a new contract. What do you think?
                  He always seemed a bit injury prone in the early years, and for games at a time would disappear. I remember that draft. Christian McCaffrey was available I thought that Rivers could have made really good use out of him, just like Darren Sproles, whom we always missed.

                  Hindsight is 20/20 always, but I thought McCaffrey would have been more useful. Hope Williams proves me wrong.

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                  • #21
                    Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

                    MikeDub is playing on his 5th year option.
                    Thank You, I don't like being straightened out on my facts. I've simply read enough in the off-season of Mike Williams and free agency to feel he is gone after this season. With the focus being on Williams peaking at just the right time to for him to cash-in, personally.

                    Didn't anyone else get that vibe?

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                    • #22
                      Originally posted by ghost View Post

                      Thank You, I don't like being straightened out on my facts. I've simply read enough in the off-season of Mike Williams and free agency to feel he is gone after this season. With the focus being on Williams peaking at just the right time to for him to cash-in, personally.

                      Didn't anyone else get that vibe?
                      Sure, but he's being used differently this season, not the 50/50's that were thrown his way before.

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                      • #23
                        Originally posted by Rugger05 View Post
                        The Chargers are projected to have a lot of cap space going into next year. It depends on how he finishes the year. They have more glaring needs in a RT and more beef on their IDL, but I wouldn't be opposed to signing him to decent contract if he can stay healthy this year
                        This is my take, as well. The great news is, the better Mike Williams he plays, it's all gravy for fans, coaches, and the Bolt front office. What a great problem to have, I hope Mike makes it worse.

                        I am still giddy. A signature win for the organization.

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                        • #24
                          Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post

                          Guyton has not looked impressive so far.
                          Wait for the easier part of the schedule. They'll hook up eventually. It's #13 abd #81 for these tough 3 games. Guyton and Herbert hooked up well last season, at times.

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