ESPN Fantasy Projection: Williams signed with the Bears after opting out in 2020. The 29-year-old was no more than a change-of-pace back during his first four NFL seasons (all with Miami), but made a big leap in Kansas City. Consider: Williams played at least 49% of the snaps in 16 games with the Chiefs. He handled 13.3 carries and 5.3 targets per game during those weeks, which has allowed him 278 touches for 1534 yards and 21 TDs. His numbers add up to 340.4 fantasy points, which would have ranked second to only Alvin Kamara last season. Unfortunately, Williams is ticketed for clear backup duties in Chicago, with David Montgomery, Tarik Cohen and sixth-round rookie Khalil Herbert in the mix. Williams isn't worth a draft pick.