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Mild Shock: Arizona CB Brandon Williams Named Starter

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Brandon Williams was one of the first defensive players I scouted, and published a full scouting report on…we were fans of the lesser-lauded, RB-to-CB-convert. As much as our computer models liked him, I did not see him starting opening day as a rookie…but Bruce Arians, seemingly, does.

Fantasy IDP’ers — it’s worth re-reading our full scouting report on him, to get (re)acquainted. With Patrick Peterson on one side, Williams may lead the league in passes-defended in 2016, because he’ll get picked on so much.


Link: GoodBullHunting: Brandon Williams Names Starter



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