|5||49ers||W 17 - 10||1||14||14||14||0|
|4||@Rams||W 37 - 20||5||66||13.2||25||1|
|3||@Jaguars||W 31 - 19||3||19||6.3||7||0|
|2||Vikings||W 34 - 33||7||94||13.4||34||0|
|1||@Titans||W 38 - 13||0||0||0|
- Selected by Baltimore in the second round (55th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft, Williams joined the Cardinals on a one-year contract before the 2019 season and signed a two-year extension that season that will keep him in Arizona through the 2021 season.
- Totaled 86 receptions for 801 yards and five TDs in 67 games (39 starts) during his first six NFL seasons with the Ravens (2015-18) and Cardinals (2019-20).
- Helped the NFL's sixth-ranked offense and seventh-ranked rushing attack gain the third-most total net yards (6,153) and score the fifth-most points (410) in franchise history in 2020.
- Part of the NFL's 10th-ranked rushing offense (1,990 yards) in 2019 that averaged a single-season franchise-record 5.03 yards per carry (second in the NFL).
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