“I Think I Can Handle One Man”

October 17th, 2012

The fantasy geeks are all giddy about Mike Williams and his 100-yard games and touchdowns. Apparently, he’s a hot man on the fantasy waiver wire. (The only fantasy wire Joe is aware of involves Rachel Watson and trapeze maneuvers).

NFL Network brought Williams on one of its fantasy segments this week to talk all things Bucs.  The video can be found here and has some great NFL films looks of Williams’ play.  Williams also gives Vincent Jackson “all the credit” for his success the past couple of weeks for “taking all the coverage.”

“I think I can handle one man,” Williams said.

As for his elite body control and acrobatic catches this season, Williams told Joe this week that they’re really nothing special to him.

“I think it was just a routine catch. Throw the ball up and I went and got it.  That’s just what I’ve been doing my whole career, really since high school. So it’s like a routine catch to me. It’s really not that exciting to me. I love that it makes the fans happy, but it’s really not exciting to me.”

6 Responses to ““I Think I Can Handle One Man””

  1. Deminion Says:

    I picked up mike will last wk…. Worked out just fine

  2. Keith Says:

    That Dominik doesn’t know what the hell he’s doing. 😉

  3. SteveK Says:

    Reejus Benn?

    Where are you Reejus?

    When are you going to make a difference?

  4. Macabee Says:

    The guy has amazing body control and ball skills. He is becoming to Josh Freeman what Lynn Swann was to Terry Bradshaw. He can take a bad pass and make it look terrific!

  5. Orlando bucs fan Says:

    The bucs receivers are elite we don’t have any weak links in the receivers, from Vincent Jackson to mike Williams to tiquan underwood to Dallas Clark. The bucs are def have the most underrated receiving corps in the league.

  6. flmike Says:

    Also getting a lot of love from the Fantasy guys at CBSSports.com

    “Mike Williams needs to be known as Big Play Mike from now on as he has been reborn as a deep threat now that Vincent Jackson is in Tampa Bay”