What do you guys think? I've said this before, but I've seen Roy Williams open. Currently, he doesn't fit in Romo's progressions. He looks Witten > TO > then check down to RB. Roy has been open, but Romo or Garrett do not feel comfortable with him. I think Williams is still a very good player, and could be even better if were to get involged with this offense. Here is the article:
Philadelphia Eagles. Williams, who has been dealing with a foot injury, has 17 receptions for 194 yards and one touchdown since the Cowboys dealt their first-round, third-round and sixth-round picks to the Detroit Lions to acquire him. And after trying to dismiss questions about his limited production since coming to Dallas, in a trade that was seen as a way for the Cowboys to open up the offense and give quarterback Tony Romo a deep-ball threat, Williams opened up. "I know I am a player in this league," Williams said, according to Dallas-Fort Worth area media reports. "My thing is, if you brought me in half the season, you obviously know what I am capable of doing. You wouldn't have spent what you did to get a person. You know what I can do. I know what I can do. I can tell you what I can't do. I'm just waiting." Owens stuck up for Williams, saying his teammate has legitimate reasons to be frustrated.
"If you bring a guy over here and you pay him that much money, you want [him] to be involved," Owens said, according to The (Fort Worth) Star-Telegram. "He has a lot of talent. Otherwise, he wouldn't be here. I'm not saying that in a negative way. I'm saying that because I know he can help the team. Once we figure out a way we can get him more involved and he can help this offense, the better off we'll be."
Should Roy Williams be involved more in the Cowboys offense?
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