The team’s highest paid receiver was targeted one time and didn’t make a catch.
Asked if he had a play called for him, Williams said, “No. Hell, no.”
“I didn’t get a ball today, and I didn’t get a look at today. It just
happens,” Williams told ESPN Dallas. “It’s frustrating. It pisses me off,
especially when we lose and especially when I feel like I have a
mismatch. I got a 5-10 corner [on me] but
hey, you know, I will continue to work hard in the offseason and it
will come back around.”
Williams always seems to miss the big picture. Tony Romo didn’t have time to find him, and Williams hardly inspired confidence all year. Due $12.95 million next year — ($12.95 million!) — Williams doesn’t believe he’ll be cut.
In late December, he said, “Now, next year, if this is the same thing
going on, then I’ll be like, ‘Oh [expletive], I’ve got to get my
[expletive] together.’ But right now, no. It’s play ball. I’m good.”
Williams may be right, because the Cowboys owe him $9 million even if he’s not on the roster. Still, we’d think Williams would like to get his [expletive] together as soon as possible.
We also think his agent deserves an award for saddling Jerry Jones with the worst contract in football.