Can Seattle Seahawks Receiver Mike Williams Go From Bust To Superstar?

September 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

T.J. Houshmandzadeh can talk all he wants about not getting beat out by any other receiver in Seattle. The fact of the matter is, there was a good reason the Seattle Seahawks went with former USC stud Mike Williams.
Williams gives the team size, physicality, and play-making ability. All the jaunts and jives about him being a bust, being slow, or not having good work ethic can die with the lingering memories of his sluggish body in Detroit, Oakland or Tennessee.
That's the past, and now this guy is simply committed to making plays (and money, we would assume) in the NFL, and after being reunited with former USC head coach Pete Carroll, it looks like he's well on his way to ridding himself of that fairly acquired "bust" label.
Williams displayed solid speed and playmaking throughout this past off-season, while also routinely performing well against corners in preseason action.
With Houshmanzadeh now out of Seattle and in Baltimore, Williams is primed to breakout (fina...

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