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Time For Roy To Learn His Place

Roy Williams came into the 2009 season with a lot of expectation due to the 5-year $45 million extinction with 20 million guaranteed. Because of the contacted everyone wanted to know if Williams would be a number one wide receiver. Roy was on the lions for 4 1/2 seasons before becoming a Cowboy. In those years he only went over 1,000 yards once and had 3 season fewer than 65 catches. Also Roy the most touchdowns in a season was 8. This season Williams had 38 catches for 596 yards and 7 touchdowns. Most feel Roy had a bad season but that is not true. The first game when Roy got a long TD pass everything looked great, but after that it was all down hill. Roy got hurt vs. Denver trying to make a leaping catch. Ever since then Roy was not the same player. The reason why people want Roy gone is not because the lack of production but because of the way he plays. In the game at Green Bay his fumble was a turning point in the game. The drops in key situations are what kills the team and what makes Roy hurt the team more then he helped. Roy dose not have to be the 1,000-yard player because Miles Austin is that player. Roy just needs to be a good wide receiver who can make catches when is open. During the season Roy was great in the red zone that is why he has 7 touchdowns but other than that Roy was not reliable. Roy was never a number one wide receiver he is a good player who can make plays and that’s why he is going to stay on the Cowboys. Their young players on the Cowboys who can step up and take Roy’s place. Williams need to work hard this off season and be good number two wide receiver because that is what he has always been a good number two wide receiver.

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