Buffalo Bills fans received good news on Monday when it was announced that Karlos Williams returned to practice. The rookie running back had been out of action since suffering a concussion in Week 4 against the NY Giants. Williams played a big role in his first four games with the Bills.
The running back carried the ball 42 times over this span for 226 yards, a 5.4 YPC average. He also scored touchdowns in his first three games with the team. In addition to his rushing stats, Williams has also recorded five receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown in four games.
Williams is a tremendous complement to LeSean McCoy. Whereas McCoy uses his elusiveness to pick up yards, Williams is a battering ram who is difficult to bring down to the turf. The Bills can only hope that Williams will be ready to play alongside McCoy on Sunday against the Dolphins. In Week 3, Williams rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. Entering Week 9, Williams is the only player to have rushed for over 100 yards in a game for Buffalo in 2015.