Kyren Williams Making A Splash Vs Cardinals In Return From Injured Reserve

Los Angeles Rams running back, Kyren Williams is wasting no time in his return to the field after spending four games on the IR with an ankle injury.

At halftime in the Rams game against the Arizona Cardinals, Williams has rushed for 64 yards and caught for 56 yards including a 15-yard touchdown reception. He started the second half with a 56-yard rush.

Despite starting the year behind Cam Akers on the depth chart and missing four games due to injury, Williams is still the Rams leading rusher. In his absence, the Rams offense has struggled to move the ball consistently, putting up just over 14 points per game.

Williams last game came against the Cardinals and he had the best game of his short career. He ran for 158 yards on 20 carries. Although he was not used in the passing game like he has been so far this week.

The Cardinals are a good defense for Williams to make his return. They come into this game the 22nd-ranked defense by EPA/play.

Kyren Williams Makes Splash In Return.

Kyren Williams
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