I like it. You didn't need Crabtree, and Hillis is going to end up splitting carries with Harrison.
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Carolina is going to figure out that every time they throw the ball the other team ends up with it. And when they do realize that then D Will will get the ball every single snap. I like the trade. Im really pulling for D Will. I have the dreaded MJD/ D Will combo and its killing me right now lol.
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D.Williams does this all the time. He starts slow, and then starts going for 2-3 tds a week at the end of the season. In 2008, he had 3 tds through week 7, then 15 the rest of the season. In 2009, through week 5 his highest yardage total was around 70 yards (avg. more like 50). Week 6 through 11 (before his injury that pretty much ended his season), he might have averaged 115-120 yards (not too many Tds, though).
And even though he's "started slow", he ran for 6.4 ypc this past week. His worst outing is 3.2 ypc, with 3.9 the other. He can still run. He just needs more than 10 carries per game to do it.
IMO, this is the perfect time to trade for D.Williams. He seems to me like the best buy low candidate out there. Him and Marques Colston.