It has been reported by DallasCowboys.com that Roy Williams is a little upset over the criticism he has received about whether he can be a number one receiver in Dallas. I myself think he can be that go to guy for Tony Romo. Wasn’t Williams a number one receiver in Detroit until Calvin Johnson came along? In almost every conversation I was a part of last preseason people were yelling for Jerry Jones to go and trade for Roy Williams. That’s what Jones did and now all I hear is that Williams cannot be that guy. Why? Is it because what Dallas traded to get him? Is it because some people are still hypnotized by Terrell Owens? Williams put up some good numbers on some bad Detroit teams. I think he has every right to be upset with what he has been hearing.
“Why am I a target? I’m just a guy,” Williams said Wednesday. “I’m a coachable wide receiver who does what he’s coached to do. I’m getting grief from everybody. I don’t know why, I’ve just got to go out there and prove to people that I can play this game.”
“Every time I say something about what I do positively it gets turned around negative. I’m just going to continue to do what I’ve been doing and everybody can see what we can do in September.”
I would love for Roy Williams to have a great season and to make everyone who doubted him eat their words.
Could Chris McAlister be coming to Dallas? Would it help Dallas? I’ve heard that the Cowboys along with Seattle and San Diego have shown interest in the three-time Pro Bowler. McAlister is currently rehabbing from knee surgery. If given clearance to play come July I think it might be a good idea to look into signing him. Right now the Cowboys have only one experienced corner in Terrence Newman. I love what Orlando Scandrick and Mike Jenkins did last season and I think our two draft picks, Mike Mickens and DeAngelo Smith were good choices. But I think the experience of McAlister would help the Cowboys secondary and also help the young corners.