Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams had acceptable stats in 2011. But after the numbers he put up as a rookie the year before, he views it as a “terrible season.”
Williams hopes the addition of wide receiver Vincent Jackson, which moves him from split end to flanker, will help him bounce back to the form he showed in 2010 according to Scott Reynolds of PewterReport.com.
Williams had 65 receptions for 771 yards and three scores last year. In 2010, the same amount of catches went for 964 yards and 11 scores, the reason he was upset with his production.
“I think it was a terrible season for me,” Williams said. “It may have been one of the worst seasons I have had in my career. It’s the bounce back season and I’m going to forget about it. I’m going to use what I did bad to get good this season.” Read more here…