Karlos Williams has been out of action for the Buffalo Bills since injuring his shoulder against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 12. After missing the last two games, it appears that Williams will be ready to return to the lineup for Buffalo.
Williams has been a draft steal for the Bills this season. He's rushed for 376 yards on 66 carries, averaging 5.7 yards per carry. The running back has rushed for over 100 yards twice this season and has been the perfect complement to LeSean McCoy.
In Williams' absence, the Bills may have found their third string running back in Mike Gillislee. In 10 rushing attempts, Gillislee has run for 65 yards and a touchdown for Buffalo.
Based upon the play of McCoy, Williams and the limited play of Gillislee, Buffalo may not have to address the running back position at all this offseason. That's one positive that the Bills have going for them as they look forward to 2016.