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A Deeper Dive On 49ers’ RB Joe Williams’ Off-field Issues…

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Yesterday, I published a full scouting report on the 49ers’ Joe Williams — a scouting look at Williams you won’t see/hear in the mainstream. Everything is so focused on his off-field stuff and the feel-good on overcoming it that the ON-field problem is just totally ignored…per usual by the football media who are 99% emotionally driven in scouting and reporting.

In my scouting report, I really didn’t hammer the off-field issue as much because I think most of the concern is on the field. Plus, this article from Mercury News will give you the off-field stuff you need to worry about in detail (below).

I see Joe Williams continuing on as a hot dynasty rookie draft prospect and another force pushing Carlos Hyde into ‘hated’ status in fantasy and with the NFL media. You really need to read this article from The Mercury News plus my scouting report so you can properly play the 49ers backfield board for dynasty-fantasy purposes.

There are so many things to examine with Williams and most of it is ignored, people choosing to just swoon over Williams due to the Peter King draft day story. A lot was left on the table/ignored on Williams…find out what it was with CFM.

 

Link: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/05/05/purdy-maybe-joe-williams-is-no-quitter-but-hes-also-no-49ers-sure-thing/

 

 

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