Cowboys WR Williams elevating game to next level

Roy has been remarkable hooking up with Romo in Big D

While the Cowboys may be off to a 1-3 start and searching for answers, there has been some positives so far. The most notable, WR Roy Williams. Williams has been under constant criticism since he arrived in Dallas in 2008 from Detroit. He has never seemed to gel with QB Tony Romo and it did not appear that Romo trusted him in critical situations. My, how time has changed. Maybe it was the work they put in this offseason but Williams seems to be on a tear.

So far this season Roy has 18 catches for 278 yards and 3 touchdowns. Those numbers are easily the best he has had in four-game stretch as a Cowboy, and maybe even as a pro. While Williams had 7 touchdowns last year, he only had 38 total catches. A far cry from productive season. While Williams is just as upset as any other Cowboy at their start to the season, he has to love that he is getting more involved in the offense.

Hopefully this will continue throughout the rest of the year.

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One Response to “Cowboys WR Williams elevating game to next level”

  1. jr says:

    Roy is a BEAST!!! Gotta love the guy! I’ve been following him since the Detroit years. I’m NOT a fan of the Cowboys but really enjoy watching Williams play, doesn’t matter for what team.