Not the entire game, but don't let him start. We need to send the message to the entire team that each individual play matters. We may lose as a team, but we won't tolerate poor execution. It's not fair to Roy to single him out, but expectations are higher for him because of the opportunity cost associated with aquiring him. If Hurd fumbles and makes a key drop, it's just as awful, but in no way as infuriating.
Roy wants the playing time, then he needs to perform.