Dallas Cowboys: Roy Williams Needs to GIT-R Done
This organization gave up their 2009 first round pick to acquire Williams from the Lions in mid season last year. With Roy’s arrival it was believed that Dallas had found a receiver to help take coverage away from TO in the passing game.
Williams how ever had very poor production and suffered from not being in rhythm in the offense.
If Roy and Tony are to turn the corner in their careers they are going to have to produce this season in the Cowboys brand new stadium.
Finding Chemistry for Success
Earlier this off-season I believed that these two would find the chemistry they needed and would have a good year for this team. While I do still think they will have success and make the playoffs, I’m a little concerned to hear that they are “finally” starting to look in sync, as late as August 5th.
These two have been working over time to get it right and understand one another. For them to finally start clicking together leads me to believe they are not naturally good a communicating with one another.
If they had good natural communication and got along (like Romo and Jason Witten) I believe you would have seen these guys put it together much sooner then this.
Never the less this is a business and it doesn’t matter how well two people “get along” as long as they get it done on the field. These two men are starting to find a grove and I will be waiting to see if they can make some big plays together in pre-season games.
Fantasy Football Information for Roy Williams
Right now before I suggest drafting Roy as a reasonable No.2 receiver for your team this year, we will all need to see these two git-r done in pre-season. If they can produce in the spring games then everyone will feel better about these two and turning things around in 2009.
For now Williams makes for a good No.3 receiver as he needs to prove that he can be the player we thought he would be a few years ago.
Fantasy Football Information Writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com