Last season he was -30 yards to Williams in receiving yards.
My point is really that he was a victim of the OL and the scheme, like much of the offense was.
Yes, he;s overpaid. Yes, he's almost 30. But that doesn't mean he's not and can not be a very effect RB. As a matter of fact I think both he and Stewart have "bounce back" years with Shula getting back to running the ball more.
My arguement isn't whether Williams could be effective or not....situation here makes arguing that largely irrelevant.
If I had to start a team from scratch to win this year and line up a RB to give 20 carries a game to behind a FB. Give me Williams.....but that has little to do with these talks if anything.
There aren't the touches or scheme or direction for Williams to sniff the money we are about to obligate towards him. Big picture, we could be better without him.....and I think Williams will in fact be given the ultimatum of taking a paycut or leaving.
The days of Double Trouble being this team are long over....Shula or your grandma at OC.....it is a Newton slanted O now