Jameson Williams Key To Unlocking Underneath Routes – St. Brown
‘The sky’s the limit’ for second year Detroit Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams, according to teammate Amon-Ra St. Brown.
Jameson Williams went in the first round of the 2022 Draft, but tore his ACL in his last Alabama game. As a result, he only played 6 games in his rookie season with one catch for a 41-yard touchdown.
St. Brown says Lions fans are in for a treat when they see what Jameson Williams is capable of.
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“I can’t wait to see Jamo fully getting a whole offseason under his belt, being able to work with all of us,” St. Brown said.
“I can’t wait to see what he does. I’ve seen it in practice. I know what he can do. It’s just a matter of everything just lining up. He came off that knee, threw him in toward the end of the season, so just him getting a whole offseason under his belt, being able to work out, train how he’s used to training.
“I think the sky’s the limit for him. I can’t wait to see what he does. I know he’s for sure going to stretch that defense so hopefully underneath routes will be much more open, but I can’t wait to see what he does on the field.”
Detroit feels they can qualify for the playoffs next year after winning eight of their last ten games in 2022. Their last postseason appearance was in 2016 and their last win was all the way back in 1991.
“I know we won a few games last year, we finished pretty strong, but man, I want to go to the playoffs bad,” St. Brown said.
“I feel like Detroit as a city, they want it so bad. I feel like as a team we want it bad. I feel like we got the guys to do it, so I’m just excited to start winning games consistently, week in and week out.”