Williams didnít do much to excite fantasy owners in his rookie season in 2010, posting modest totals of 16 receptions for 219 yards, but played surprisingly well last season after being inserted into the starting lineup for Kenny Britt when he was lost for the year in Week 3 with a torn ACL and MCL. In 13 games as a starter, he caught 43 passes for 568 yards and 5 touchdowns. While his production exceeded expectations, it wasnít enough to prevent the Titans from using a 1st round pick on the wide receiver position, acquiring Kendall Wright in the draft. The acquisition of Wright coupled with the return of Britt ensures that Williams will open the season in a reserve role and is now stuck behind three players (including Nate Washington). That means Williams is only worth owning in dynasty leagues and his value is even questionable in those formats given the age of the players ahead of him on the depth chart.