Last year, Cowboys No. 1 receiver Terrell Owens reportedly believed that quarterback Tony Romo was throwing too many passes to other players, and not enough to T.O.
This year, Terrell Owens is gone, and the team’s new No. 1 receiver is expressing a similar sentiment, but with a decent amount of tact.
“It’s just not even close,” Williams said, per Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com. “It’s not even funny. Not even close. . . . I’m the No. 1 receiver. But things are just going No. 2’s way.”
The No. 2 is Miles Austin, who has broken out dramatically in the past few weeks.
“He gets the ball thrown correctly his way,” Williams said. “I’m stretching and falling and doing everything. Everybody [else]
who’s been here’s balls are there. Our footballs [from Romo to
Williams] are everywhere right now.”
So who’s at fault? Well, if Romo is on the same page with all of the other wideouts and he isn’t on the same page with the guy who has underachieved from the moment he arrived, we think it’s safe to say that Williams might be the problem.