Green Bay Packers cornerback [intlink id=”82″ type=”category”]Tramon Williams[/intlink] didn’t play against the [intlink id=”249″ type=”category”]Carolina Panthers[/intlink] on Sunday and it showed.
Rookie quarterback Cam Newton passed for more than 400 yards.
Williams, who suffered a bruised shoulder in week one, suggested he probably could have played Sunday, but didn’t want to chance it. It appears he will return for this week’s game with the [intlink id=”13″ type=”category”]Chicago Bears[/intlink], though.
“I’m hoping so,” Williams said. “I hope so. I’ll just go for that.”
Although the Bears don’t have a single great receiver, Williams’ presence in the lineup will allow Charles Woodson to return to the corner/safety/linebacker hybrid role he excels in.
That will be key to containing the Bears biggest offensive weapon, running back Matt Forte.
Yeah but Collins is out for the year!
If Tramon plays Nick’s absence won’t be as meaningful but if he doesn’t we may be in trouble.
No worries. Carimi is now done for the year, which means the RT will be some useless pile trying to stop the Claymaker. Good luck with that. Bears can’t run against the Pack and Capers will dial up the corner blitz and lay Wood to baby Jay.