Preseason: Mike Williams had a sneaky good season last year as he scored a touchdown in nine of 16 games. He was rewarded with a contract extension prior to the start of training camp that locks him in to the pewter through the 2018 season. If history is any indication you already know what you're going to get from Williams. In three years, Williams has topped 900 yards twice, never amassed 1,000 yards. He's has had nine or more touchdowns in two of his three seasons. In those three seasons he's never had fewer than 124, but no more than 128 targets, and never had less than 63 receptions, but never more than 65 catches in a season. That's consistency you can bank on. Vincent Jackson creating physical mismatches on the other side of the field will continue to free up Williams, maybe even enough so that you can expect a career year of… 66 catches.