Mike Williams Week 11 Fantasy Update: Tampa Wide Receiver Has Productive Fantasy Day Against Packers

Fantasy owners of Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams have to be pleased with his productive day against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Williams was targeted by quarterback Josh Freeman 11 times, tied with Kellen Winslow to lead the team. He finished with seven catches for 83 total yards on the day. Most importantly for Williams owners, the Bucs wideout managed to get in the end zone - scoring a fourth quarter touchdown on a nine yard pass from Freeman. It was only Williams's second touchdown of the season.

The Packers have a poor pass defense and coming into the game, it was anticipated that Freeman and his wide receiving corps could have a big day. Freeman delivered with 342 yards passing and Williams, along with Winslow, were the beneficiaries on the other end.

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