Lions RB Jamaal Williams delivered his league-leading 13th rushing TD of the season in Thursday's narrow loss to the Bills. He also handled 67% of Detroit RB carries, taking 18 for 66 yards (3.7 per rush). That marked his 4th straight game with 16+ attempts and 3rd consecutive game with a TD. Home matchups with the Jaguars and Vikings the next 2 weeks look decent for Williams' chances of continuing his useful output. RB D'Andre Swift got another measly 5 carries (for 19 yards) but ranked 2nd on the team with 8 targets (4 catches, 24 yards). The 13 opportunities are his largest total since Week 1. RB Justin Jackson added 4 carries for 4 yards and 1 catches for 15 among 2 targets.
Williams rushed 18 times for 66 yards and one touchdown during Thursday's 28-25 loss to the Bills.
Lions running back Jamaal Williams lost a fumble early in the second quarter, but Bills quarterback Josh Allen had better luck with an errant ball a few minutes later. Allen couldn t handle a snap cleanly on third down from the Lions 3-yard-line, but was able to corral it and then found a lot of running [more]
Lions running back Jamaal Williams has picked up right where he left off. Williams ran for three touchdowns in last Sunday s win over the Giants and he s scored the first touchdown of the team s Thanksgiving game against the Bills. Michael Badgley s extra point staked the Lions to a 7-0 lead. Williams now leads the league [more]
The Bills and Lions traded punts to start the game, but both teams found more success the second time they had the ball. After a Jamaal Williams touchdown staked the Lions to a 7-0 lead, the Bills went 75 yards in 10 plays to tie the game. The final 19 yards came on a Josh [more]