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will Brandon Williams suit up Monday?

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i'm predicting brandon williams gets a TD this game. pats will be so focused on trying (and failing) to stop olsen and smitty that they won't be paying attention to the new guy.

It seems like for years we've seen a no name receiving threat have a monster game against our secondary. There's something special about this year and just imagine if williams can play to his potential. With cam's focus on the shorter passing game this year, he might be exactly what we need.

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It seems like for years we've seen a no name receiving threat have a monster game against our secondary. There's something special about this year and just imagine if williams can play to his potential. With cam's focus on the shorter passing game this year, he might be exactly what we need.

red zone threat ftw!
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Hartsocks injury is bigger than it appears on face value. He is a big run blocker.

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Will use brockel in his spot and activate an extra olinemen

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Brockel almost as good in blocking as Hartsock is IMO

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I honestly think he is a liability on the field in terms of blocking..

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