WR Damian Williams, Free agent
HT: 6-1, WT: 197, Born: 5-26-1988, College: Southern California, Drafted: Round 3
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2013 Game Summaries
Week 1 - Williams converted a third down after Jake Locker extended the play. Williams stayed alive to come free over the middle.
Week 3 - Maybe somewhat symbolic, Williams first reception came on a comeback route right in front of Kenny Britt, who was standing on the sideline. Williams didn't have a target all day, but played instead of Britt on the final drive. Seemingly everything that could have gone wrong for Britt on the day did go wrong. Williams almost won the game for the Titans when he beat the secondary deep in the end zone a few plays later, but Locker overthrew him.
Week 4 - Williams was in early as his first reception was Locker's third pass attempt. Williams got behind the Jets defensive back on a sideline route to catch a perfect pass from his quarterback. A few plays later on third and five, Locker went back to Williams on a deep out route. Williams caught the ball into his chest before keeping his feet inbounds and avoiding a hit from a defender. On third and nine soon after, Locker looked to Williams again on third and nine. Williams didn't catch the ball, but he drew a penalty for a first down. With the Titans driving for a score just before the half, Williams helped his quarterback out when he was under pressure by catching a pass on a shallow crossing route. Williams followed that up with a well run comeback route that was stopped just short of a first down. On the very next play, he made a falling catch in the flat for the first down. After Locker went out injured, Ryan Fitzpatrick took over. Fitzpatrick missed Williams on a comeback route with his first target.
Week 5 - Williams' first reception came on third and two when he beat Brandon Flowers underneath on a crossing route. That play came in the second quarter immediately after Kendall Wright went out injured. Williams wasn't involved much on offense. His next target came in the fourth quarter when Fitzpatrick threw behind him on a route over the middle of the field.
Week 6 - Williams and Justin Hunter are benefiting from Kenny Britt's absence. Williams didn't have a catch in the first quarter, but that's because Fitzpatrick overthrew him when he was open in the end zone. He did catch a pass early in the second quarter, but it came in the flat and he was tackled almost immediately. Fitzpatrick went straight back to him on a slant route for a first down. On the Titans' next drive, Williams caught a deep in route for a first down.
Week 7 - The ball didn't go Damian Williams' way until late in the second quarter. He caught a comeback route as the Titans took over close to their goal line. Late in the third quarter, Williams caught another comeback route to start a drive. On third and short, Williams caught a crossing route underneath for a first down.
Week 9 - Williams' first reception came in the fourth quarter. He went for 20 yards on third down after running a precise curl route down the sideine.
Week 17 - Williams hadn't featured much on offense in recent times. He got an opportunity underneath on third and very long in the third quarter that he seized however. Williams showed excellent speed to come free underneath before using that speed to sprint into space for a first down. At the end of the run he looked to initiate contact when he could have potentially looked to get the sideline and extend the play for a touchdown or more yardage. That was Williams' only target on the day.