ESPN Fantasy Projection: Williams returns as a backup rusher and passing-down contributor in Green Bay, though he'll face more competition for work this season, with second-round pick AJ Dillon in the fold. In 13 full games last season, Williams was well behind Aaron Jones in carries (179 to 107) but was basically even in targets (46 to 45). Jones was a top-five fantasy RB in those 13 weeks, though it might surprise you to know that Williams was 24th. There are plenty of fantasy points to be had in the Packers' backfield, but Williams, who has yet to post a top-30 fantasy campaign, might not even be the team's lead back if Jones gets injured. He's barely worthy of a draft pick in most formats.