ESPN Fantasy Projection: Williams is back in Kansas City this season, but he'll have a lot more competition this time around after the Chiefs selected Clyde Edwards-Helaire with 32nd-overall pick of April's draft. The rookie is sure to limit Williams' fantasy upside but flex value remains a possibility. Consider: Williams has played at least 49% of the snaps in 16 games since joining the team in 2018. He has handled 13.3 carries and 5.3 targets per game during those weeks, which has allowed him 278 touches for 1,534 yards and 21 TDs. His numbers add up to 340.4 fantasy points, which would've ranked second to only Christian McCaffrey last season. Williams' size edge on Edwards-Helaire could lead to primary goal-line work, and 10-12 touches per game in this elite offense is nothing to sneeze at. Consider Williams in the middle rounds.