Detroit Lions rookie wide receiver Jameson Williams has now played in four NFL games, but other than one touchdown catch, you probably have not noticed him. In fact, in those four games, Williams has been targeted a total of just five times, and he has just one single catch. Lions' head coach Dan Campbell has said in recent weeks that the plan was to get Williams more involved in the offense, but that has not happened.
What did Dan Campbell say about Jameson Williams potentially being frustrated?
When asked on Monday if he thinks Williams may be getting frustrated because he is not getting many reps, Campbell had the following response.
“You're asking why we're not giving him more reps? We'll get him more reps, yeah. We'll get him more reps,” he said on Monday.
Following Saturday's game against the Carolina Panthers, a game where Williams was targeted just once, he liked a tweet about the Lions needing him to get the ball more. That is almost certainly why a reporter asked that question today, though they obviously did not want to bring up the liked tweet.
Nation, how do you feel about Williams' usage since he made his debut with the Lions?