With the news that Terrell Owens is gone, the Dallas Cowboys thrust Roy E. Williams into the spotlight. He officially becomes the No. 1 reciever for the Dallas Cowboys.
Can he handle the pressure? There’s not much to work on because his career in Detroit, which showed flashes of huge talent, wasn’t exactly incredible. But, there is one thing Williams said at the end of the season that sort of left me thinking that this guy cares about winning and team chemistry.
When asked about his lackluster half season with the Cowboys, Williams said just give him one training camp with Tony Romo and the Cowboys offense and you’ll see a different player.
Well, let’s hope so. We have no choice now. The Cowboys took a huge $9 million salary cap hit by release Terrell Owens and there’s not a ton of money to spend on getting anyone else on this team.
But do the Cowboys need anyone? The defense is strong. The offense can work with Williams, Patrick Crayton and Miles Austin, along with Jason Witten, who litterally is a No. 1 receiver. He’ll likely break all tight end records now.