Mike Williams

WR, Los Angeles Chargers

Height 6'4" Weight 220
DOB 1994-10-04 Age 28.1
College Clemson

2022 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 72 · WR # 28 (Tier 4)
ADP (12-team PPR): 4.04, 42nd

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 4
26Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET623.16.1212.4
27Rashod Bateman, BAL1023.07.108.6
28Mike Williams, LAC828.14.0415.3
29Devonta Smith, PHI724.08.0210.9
30Michael Thomas, NO1429.75.04
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Mike Williams Ruled Out Against Cardinals

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) has officially been ruled out for the Week 12 game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Williams returned in the Week 11 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs but suffered a setback with his high-ankle sprain and will miss another game this weekend. It remains to be seen if he'll be able to make it back in Week 13 to face the Las Vegas Raiders. With Big Mike out, Keenan Allen, Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter will be the Bolts' top three receivers for quarterback Justin Herbert. Williams has 38 catches on 60 targets for 510 yards and three touchdowns in eight games so far in 2022, but his ankle injury could slow him down the rest of the way.

    Nov 25 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Doesn't Practice Thursday

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) didn't suit up for practice on Thursday. The 28-year-old re-aggravated his ankle sprain that he suffered in Week 11. Head coach Brandon Staley mentioned that the team is taking things day-to-day with Williams. Fantasy managers will have to wait and see if Williams practices on Friday. He'd be a low-end WR2 for the upcoming matchup with the Arizona Cardinals.

    Nov 24 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Limited In Practice Wednesday

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday after re-aggravating his high ankle sprain in Week 11. Head coach Brandon Staley stated that the team would take things "day by day" with Williams as he is likely to be limited in practice all week. This gives him a chance to suit up in what would be an enticing matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Fantasy managers should monitor Williams' status throughout the week and should view him as a risky WR2 with great upside if active.

    Nov 23 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Re-Aggravated High-Ankle Sprain

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) re-aggravated his high-ankle sprain during Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, head coach Brandon Staley told the media. "We are going to find out a lot more in the next couple of days about his possibilities for Wednesday's practice," Staley said. "But not a significant re-injury." As of now, Williams' status for Week 12 is up in the air. If active, he should be viewed as a low-end WR2 in fantasy football.

    Nov 21 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Downgraded To Out Sunday

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs. He caught one pass for 15 yards before exiting. This development is concerning since Williams missed the last two games with a high-ankle sprain, so it makes sense that the Chargers are holding him out for the remainder of the contest. As long as Williams is sidelined, Keenan Allen, Joshua Palmer, and DeAndre Carter will operate as Los Angeles' lead receivers.

    Nov 20 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Questionable To Return Sunday

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) is officially questionable to return against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11. He caught one pass for 15 yards before exiting. This development is concerning since Williams missed the last two games with a high-ankle sprain. Because of this, it would not be surprising to see the Chargers exercise caution and hold Williams out for the remainder of the contest. As long as Williams is sidelined, Keenan Allen, Joshua Palmer, and DeAndre Carter will operate as the Chargers' lead receivers.

    Nov 20 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Keenan Allen, Mike Williams Officially Active For Week 11

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) are active for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs despite being listed as questionable. Allen has played in just two games this season, catching six passes for 77 yards. He is a solid WR2 when healthy, but at the age of 30, he is no longer a guaranteed commodity in fantasy football. On the other hand, Williams has quickly asserted himself as a flashy, high-upside option. The 28-year-old has totaled 495 yards and three touchdowns this season, and while he has a relatively low floor, he should still be viewed as a high-end WR2 on a weekly basis.

    Nov 20 · Source via Chargers Keenan Allen Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Expected To Play In Week 11

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) is expected to be active for Sunday's divisional clash with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to Jordan Schultz of The Score. The 28-year-old had been listed as questionable despite practicing in full on Friday. Williams is the Chargers' leading receiver this season, having caught 37 passes for 495 yards and three touchdowns through seven games. He ranks as a WR2 ahead of what should be a high-scoring affair versus Kansas City. On the topic of Chargers receivers, it's worth noting that Williams' teammate, Keenan Allen (hamstring), is also trending towards being active for just the third time this season.

    Nov 19 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Keenan Allen, Mike Williams Officially Questionable

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) both practiced in full on Friday and are officially listed as questionable for a Week 11 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. Allen expressed confidence in his availability for Sunday night but added that it will ultimately be up to the coaching staff, while Williams stated that he "should be out there". This is excellent news for fantasy managers of the two wideouts as well as those rostering quarterback Justin Herbert. If active, both Allen and Williams will immediately have WR2 value in a potential divisional shootout.

    Nov 18 · Source via Chargers Keenan Allen Mike Williams
  • Keenan Allen, Mike Williams Practice Again Thursday

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) both practiced on Thursday for the second straight day this week. Allen and Williams were limited on Wednesday and will likely be listed as limited again on Thursday. It's great news, though, as they both have a shot at playing in the Sunday night showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. However, fantasy managers may have some tough decisions to make this weekend if Allen and Williams are game-time decisions on Sunday night. And even if they're active, you'll run the risk of both of them having their snaps limited in their first game back. Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter have been adequate as quarterback Justin Herbert's top two wideouts with Allen and Williams sidelined, but they'll be risky flex options if Allen and Williams are back against KC.

    Nov 17 · Source via Chargers Keenan Allen Mike Williams
  • Keenan Allen, Mike Williams Return To Individual Drills

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) returned to individual drills at practice on Wednesday, according to head coach Brandon Staley. The Chargers expected both Allen and Williams to return to practice this week, but it remains to be seen if they'll be able to play on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs. Both wideouts were officially limited, but they'll be extra risky starting options in fantasy if they're questionable on the final injury report for Sunday night's game. Allen has been an absolute bust for fantasy managers this year while playing in only parts of two games. If both Allen and Williams return, it will be a massive boost for quarterback Justin Herbert. Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter have seen expanded roles with both Allen and Williams sidelined.

    Nov 16 · Source via Chargers Keenan Allen Mike Williams
  • Keenan Allen, Mike Williams Should Practice This Week

    Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley said that wide receivers Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle) should return to practice this week. Allen injured his hamstring in the season opener, returned in Week 7 to play 23 offensive snaps and hasn't played since. Meanwhile, Williams sustained a high-ankle sprain in Week 7 and hasn't played since. Getting his top two receivers back on the field would be huge for quarterback Justin Herbert and his fantasy upside, while Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter would go back to complementary roles in the passing game. Allen's fantasy managers want to see it before they believe it, and Allen has previously stated he won't return until he's 100 percent healthy. Keep a close eye on both wideouts' practice statuses this week.

    Nov 14 · Source via Chargers Keenan Allen Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Could Return To Practice Next Week

    Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley said that there's a "good chance" that wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) will return to practice in some capacity next week. Williams is officially out for the Sunday night game in Week 10 against the San Francisco 49ers, and he's been out since suffering a high-ankle sprain in Week 7. Williams and Keenan Allen (hamstring) will both miss another game this weekend, leaving Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter in significant starting roles yet again. Williams should be stashed in all fantasy formats, as he has 37 catches on 59 targets for 495 yards and three touchdowns in his seven games played for LA so far this season. A return to practice next week won't necessarily mean he'll return in Week 11 against the division-rival Kansas City Chiefs.

    Nov 11 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Remains "Week-To-Week"

    Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley said wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) is "more like week-to-week, but he's progressing" with a high ankle sprain. He initially suffered a high-ankle sprain in the Week 7 loss against the Seattle Seahawks. The 28-year-old is set to miss Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. If he can practice next week, he will have a shot to return in Week 11 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Keenan Allen (hamstring) is day-to-day. The Chargers will rely on Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter as the team's top two wideouts if Allen and Williams are ruled out Sunday versus San Francisco.

    Nov 9 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Chargers Expect Mike Williams To Miss At Least Four Weeks

    Los Angeles wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) is expected to miss at least four weeks after suffering a high-ankle sprain in the Week 7 loss against the Seattle Seahawks. The star receiver had his ankle rolled up after making a catch last week. Many feared his season was over, given how bad the injury looked. Thankfully, the former first-round pick only has a high-ankle sprain and will return at some point this season. Unfortunately, Williams could be placed on injured reserve if the Chargers expect him to miss at least four weeks. With the former Clemson star unable to play, Joshua Palmer, Gerald Everett, and DeAndre Carter will see an increase in targets.

    Oct 26 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams To Miss Time With High-Ankle Sprain

    Tests on Monday revealed that Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) suffered a high-ankle sprain in the Week 7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks and "will miss some time," according to a source. The Athletic's Daniel Popper reports that head coach Brandon Staley said Williams will miss "weeks not days." The good news is that the Chargers are on bye in Week 8, but there's a good chance that the 28-year-old won't be ready when the Bolts in Week 9 to face the Atlanta Falcons on Nov. 6. High-ankle sprains can take anywhere from two to five weeks to recover from. Depending on the health of the rest of LA's receiving corps, Keenan Allen, DeAndre Carter and Joshua Palmer (concussion) are most likely to be the team's top three receivers for however much time Williams misses.

    Oct 24 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Says He Has A Sprained Ankle

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) said in the locker room after the team's Week 7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks that he has a "sprain" in his right ankle. He was injured on a fourth down in the fourth quarter on Sunday when his cleat got caught in the grass as he was tackled by Seahawks cornerback Michael Jackson. Williams had a walking boot on his lower right leg when he left the locker room, and he couldn't put any weight on his right leg before putting the walking boot on. He'll undergo an MRI exam on Monday but vowed: "I'm gonna be back." The 28-year-old caught seven of nine targets for 86 yards and a touchdown before leaving, and depending on his MRI results, there's a chance Williams won't have to miss any time with the bye week coming in Week 8.

    Oct 23 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Helped Off The Field In Week 7

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) was injured late in Sunday's game against the Seahawks and is questionable to return. Williams had seven catches for 86 yards and a touchdown before succumbing to the injury. It's unwelcome news for the Chargers, as the team just got Keenan Allen (hamstring) back from a five-game absence. Fortunately, L.A. has Week 8 off, so the 28-year-old could be back against the Atlanta Falcons. However, DeAndre Carter may take Williams' place in the lineup if he can't make it back by then. Joshua Palmer (concussion) was also inactive for Sunday's game.

    Oct 23 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Primed To Bounce Back In Week 7

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams has drawn double-digit targets in three of six games this season but disappointed fantasy managers with just two receptions for 17 yards last week. He should take advantage of a bounce-back opportunity in Week 7 against a Seattle Seahawks defense that is allowing the 12th-most passing yards per game in 2022. With Keenan Allen (hamstring) questionable and Joshua Palmer (concussion) ruled out, Williams could be in line for an outlandish target share on Sunday. Even if Allen returns to the lineup this week, Williams should remain in starting fantasy lineups in all formats.

    Oct 21 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Quiet In Week 6 Win

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams finished with just two receptions for 16 yards on six targets in the team's Week 6 win over the Denver Broncos. Williams was shadowed by Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain II for much of the game, forcing Justin Herbert to target his options underneath in Austin Ekeler and Joshua Palmer a combined 28 times. Better days will be ahead for Williams, regardless of whether or not Keenan Allen (hamstring) is on the field. He will look to get back on track against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 7.

    Oct 18 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams A Solid Play In Week 6

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams has three 100-yard performances in his past four games and will look to keep rolling in a Week 6 bout with the Denver Broncos. With Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined since Week 1, Williams has stepped up as the primary target for quarterback Justin Herbert. Allen will have a chance to suit up for Monday Night Football and his availability could impact Williams' outlook for this week. The Broncos have allowed the second-fewest PPR fantasy points to wide receivers so far this season, so Williams is best viewed as a high-end flex if Allen is active. Without Allen on the field, he will remain a solid fantasy WR2 despite the difficult matchup.

    Oct 14 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Misses Practice With Illness

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (illness) didn't take part in the team's unofficial practice on Wednesday. The Chargers didn't release a practice report on Wednesday, but the 28-year-old was reported to be dealing with an illness. With the Chargers playing on Monday night, Williams' Week 6 status shouldn't be in jeopardy just yet. However, if he's unavailable later in the week, the Chargers might have to pivot to other options. Nothing appears to be of concern yet, but this development is something to monitor throughout the week.

    Oct 13 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Is A Must-Start WR In Week 5

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams currently leads the team in targets and should continue to be a primary weapon for Justin Herbert in a Week 5 road matchup with the Cleveland Browns. The Browns' defense has held its own so far this season against opposing wideouts, but the opportunity for Williams is too good to pass on as Keenan Allen (hamstring) will miss his fourth consecutive contest and Joshua Palmer (ankle) is questionable to suit up. Williams' ceiling is probably even higher if Palmer is declared inactive, but regardless, the 28-year-old is an excellent WR2 option for this week and should be started in most formats.

    Oct 7 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Will Look To Rebound In Week 4

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams followed up a huge Week 2 performance with an underwhelming one-catch game in Week 3. Fortunately for fantasy managers, his one reception was a 15-yard touchdown. Williams will hope to bounce back against the Houston Texans on the road in Week 4. The Texans have not allowed much fantasy success to wide receivers so far this season, but this is likely a product of the struggling passing offenses they have faced and their inability to stop opposing running backs. Williams' projected target share will once again be dependent on Keenan Allen's (hamstring) availability, but either way, he should remain in starting fantasy lineups as a go-to red zone threat for Justin Herbert (ribs), assuming the stud quarterback doesn't suffer any setbacks.

    Sep 30 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Scores In Week 3 Defeat

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams caught only one of his six targets in the team's Week 3 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but luckily it was for a 15-yard touchdown. This was a disappointing follow-up to last week's 100-yard performance, especially with Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined once again. Williams has had up-and-down fantasy production throughout his career, so fantasy managers will just need to roll with the punches. His weekly peaks and valleys will balance out and Williams should continue to be started as a WR2 going forward.

    Sep 25 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams - Week 3 Outlook For Fantasy Football

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams delivered for fantasy managers in Week 2 after a disappointing season opener and will look to keep it going in a Week 3 home matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars allowed massive performances to the Washington Commanders' receivers in Week 1 but shut down the Colts' passing attack last week. Justin Herbert (ribs) and Keenan Allen (hamstring) are both listed as questionable for Sunday, so Williams has a wide range of outcomes depending on who is active. With the Chargers at full strength, Williams should be confidently started as a WR2 this week but would be more of a flex play if Chase Daniel is forced to take on QB1 duties.

    Sep 23 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Goes For 100 Yards And Scores In Week 2 Loss

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams hauled in eight of 10 targets for 113 yards and a touchdown in Thursday night's 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Quarterback Justin Herbert made an obvious effort to get Williams involved early in this one with Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined. His first score of the season came on an excellent one-handed contested grab in the third quarter. Williams likely won't see double-digit targets every week, especially once Allen returns, but this performance served as a nice reminder of why he should be a fixture in fantasy lineups. Williams remains a solid WR2 with week-winning upside heading into a Week 3 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Sep 16 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams - Big Opportunity In Week 2

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams only garnered two receptions on four targets in Week 1 but should be primed for a much greater opportunity in Week 2 with Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined. The Chargers' matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs is currently projected to be the highest-scoring game of the week. It's hard to imagine a divisional shootout between these two teams without Williams having a significant role. He has always been a boom-bust fantasy option, but this week has boom written all over it. Williams must be started as a WR2 in all formats.

    Sep 14 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams Has Quiet Week 1 Showing

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams finished with just two receptions for 10 yards on four targets in the team's Week 1 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. Even with Keenan Allen (hamstring) exiting early, Williams failed to step up as three other pass-catchers scored. This type of floor has been seen throughout Williams' career, but he was able to make up for his disappointing games with blow-up performances in 2021. Fantasy managers will hope for exactly that in what could be a shootout with the Kansas City Chiefs next week. If Allen is forced to miss Week 2, Williams will be a must-start option but should be viewed as a boom-bust WR2 going forward.

    Sep 11 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Mike Williams - Week 1 Outlook For Fantasy Football

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams will kick off year six with a Week 1 home matchup against the division rival Las Vegas Raiders. Williams capped off his 2021 breakout campaign with nine receptions on 17 targets, 119 yards, and a touchdown in a loss to the Raiders. The Chargers have plenty of other weapons for Las Vegas to worry about, so Williams will have a chance to get loose once again to begin the season. A pass-friendly game script will likely be in the cards as there should be no shortage of points scored in this AFC West bout. Williams should be started as a high-end WR2 with enormous upside for your fantasy team.

    Sep 9 · Source via Chargers Mike Williams
  • Wide Receiver Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2017LAC915.01.723338.83.82.62311958.6000-00
    2018LAC16147.99.262262.57.34.6664366415.4107284.0010
    2019LAC15136.69.185084.79.16.19049100120.42122.0000
    2020LAC15129.68.679971.37.75.7854875615.85111.0000
    2021LAC16206.612.989679.011.48.112976114615.1900-00
    2022LAC888.011.045579.410.57.5603851013.4300-00

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1LVW 24-192.06292.56.0442105.0000-00
    2@KCL 24-2721.36688.013.31010811314.1100-00
    3JACL 10-388.05590.29.86611515.0100-00
    4@HOUW 34-2415.56592.915.71111712017.1000-00
    5@CLEW 30-2818.46084.518.313131013413.4000-00
    6DENW 19-162.78793.56.5662178.5000-00
    7SEAL 23-3718.15476.112.79978612.3100-00
    11KCL 27-302.069.21.51111515.0000-00

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@WASW 20-1618.26175.314.8121288210.3100-00
    2DALL 17-2018.65476.114.1101079113.0100-00
    3@KCW 30-2427.74872.713.699712217.4200-00
    4LVW 28-141.66485.35.34411111.0000-00
    5CLEW 47-4232.55877.321.31616816520.6200-00
    6@BALL 6-343.72035.78.95522713.5000-00
    8NEL 24-272.95490.08.3552199.5000-00
    9@PHIW 27-246.85782.67.25525829.0000-00
    10MINL 20-275.35694.910.2664338.3000-00
    11PITW 41-3718.26078.97.96659719.4100-00
    12@DENL 13-285.96185.911.3884399.8000-00
    13@CINW 41-2213.55687.510.977511022.0000-00
    14NYGW 37-219.15983.18.56666110.2000-00
    15KCL 28-346.46581.311.39934916.3000-00
    17DENW 34-1313.85683.66.04436321.0100-00
    18@LVL 32-3522.46772.018.31717911913.2100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 3, 12, 20, 4, 72, 42, 53, 45, 12

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@CINW 16-138.95878.412.29946917.3000-00
    2KCL 20-232.47489.24.8442147.0000-00
    3CARL 16-212.24051.31.31111717.0000-00
    5@NOL 27-3025.45577.511.388510921.8200-00
    7JACW 39-290.96175.33.733144.0000-00
    8@DENL 30-3118.47687.410.39859919.81111.0000
    9LVL 26-3110.67392.48.97758116.2000-00
    10@MIAL 21-294.84876.27.95523819.0000-00
    11NYJW 34-2815.26882.98.57747218.0100-00
    12@BUFL 17-274.16780.76.0553268.7000-00
    13NEL 0-456.35981.912.59944310.8000-00
    14ATLW 20-170.022.70.00000-000-00
    15@LVW 30-273.22842.43.02222211.0000-00
    16DENW 19-167.44884.217.5101045413.5000-00
    17@KCW 38-2119.84259.29.977610818.0100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 4, 64, 24, 39, 48

    2019

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1INDW 30-243.94164.14.73322914.5000-00
    2@DETL 10-139.84161.27.55538327.7000-00
    3HOUL 20-276.07093.39.37734515.0000-00
    5DENL 13-2010.46288.618.6131367412.3000-00
    6PITL 17-249.75690.316.1101057214.4000-00
    7@TENL 20-236.76195.39.46644711.8000-00
    8@CHIW 17-168.44395.613.36636923.0000-00
    9GBW 26-1112.66591.57.054311137.00122.0000
    10@OAKL 24-266.57394.83.93325527.5000-00
    11KCL 17-248.67492.56.35527638.0000-00
    13@DENL 20-2314.25887.910.677511723.4000-00
    14@JACW 45-1013.34571.44.83326331.5100-00
    15MINL 10-3915.15283.914.59947117.8100-00
    16OAKW 24-176.65386.96.64435117.0000-00
    17@KCL 21-314.85672.76.55523819.0000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 44, 2

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