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Ryan Williams will look to spark the Cardinals running game in week 6 against Buffalo.
With Ryan Williams taking full control of the Cardinals' starting running back position, many have been awaiting his breakout game.
While it did not come in Week 5 against St. Louis, this should be the week, if any, for Williams to have the big game that has been eluding him thus far.
Williams and the Cardinals offense will go up against a Buffalo Bills defense that is giving up 171.8 yards per game on the ground and a league-worst 5.7 yards per carry with nine TDs.
The Cardinals' struggles on the offensive line have been well publicized, and it is definitely something to monitor. However, this is their most favorable matchup thus far, and should result in a productive day.
Like several other running backs, if Williams can indeed have a breakout game this week, it could kick-start his season. However, with how much the Cardinals have struggled up front, another poor game on the ground this week could be indicative of what to expect for the remainder of the season.