The Panthers scored just seven points in those games.
Williams returned to the field for the first time since the injury Friday night, directing the Panthers' struggling offense to the tune of 290 yards and 40 points in their 40-15 win over Okolona.
Williams himself looked as if he hadn't missed a beat in his absence, completing 26 of 35 passes for 255 yards with four scoring strikes and added a rushing touchdown to boot.
"It's so hard to sit there on the sideline and watch everything go on," Williams said. "I hated to miss any more games than I had to. To come out and score a couple of times, it was good."
Williams' first touchdown pass evened the momentum of the game after Okolona took an early lead on their first possession on William Johnson's 40 yard scoring run.
The three-year starter at quarterback for the Panthers directed a 10-play, 55- yard drive that would set the tone for the rest of the night.
Tanner Poole's three yard touchdown reception and the ensuing two point conversion on Jaylon Fair's pass to Ben Oswalt gave Amory an 8-7 lead.
The senior's final three scoring passes of the night went to his most-used target Dario Robinson. The duo's first two scoring connections came within four minutes of each other, a 3 yard toss in the first quarter and a 15 yarder in the second.
Robinson's two yard touchdown reception capped Amory's (3-2) scoring late in the third quarter. The junior finished with seven receptions gaining 50 yards.
"We were able to go back to our quick tempo stuff, moving the football down the field and getting the ball in the hands of those five guys who make plays for us," Amory coach Trent Hammond said.
Okolona (2-3) added their final points early in the fourth quarter when Everett Brooks broke loose for an 88 yard touchdown run.
Josh Tomlin's 41 yard field goal with 1:53 remaining in the second quarter gave the visiting Panthers a 26-7 halftime lead.