The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as a team, have been fighting hard throughout this season, but they lack enough offensive potency to get them over the edge. Other than the hard losses against Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints early in the season, they have remained within a touchdown in their other losses. Mike Williams has been effective against softer passing defenses, and he’s coming upon some soft defenses in the rest of his schedule. The Atlanta Falcons matchup should give him some breathing room, if Josh Freeman can follow through and their running backs LeGarrette Blount and Cadillac Williams can establish a running threat. He will encounter some nice matchups against the Carolina Panthers, the Seattle Seahawks, the Washington Redskins and the Detroit Lions. Coming into the playoffs, he could become a potential WR1, but use him with some reservation knowing that Freeman is not an elite quarterback by any means.