Karos Williams has missed the last two games with a shoulder injury, but what he’s done on the field has earned him a spot on a ProFootballFocus top 5 list.
ProFootballFocus has put together a list of top eight late round draft pick or undrafted performers this season. Karlos was ranked third on the list. Here’s what they wrote.
3 – Karlos Williams, RB, Buffalo Bills
Draft Position: 5th round pick
Injuries have given Karlos Williams two separate spells on the sidelines, and thus have limited the talented FSU product’s carries to just 66 on the season, but he has been a real difference-maker for Buffalo when able to contribute. With a +5.9 overall grade, he is the highest rated runner on Buffalo’s roster, and his 5.7 yards-per-carry is the best in the league for of any running back with at least 50 carries. In a healthier season, pushing LeSean McCoy for starter’s reps—and even challenging for the Offensive Rookie of the Year award—would not seem that far fetched.
Head coach Rex Ryan is taking a wait and see approach on whether Willims can return to the offensive lineup this week.
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