Roy Williams carries the ball after making a reception while being pursued by Malcolm Jenkins.
Williams told reporters on Monday that he was disappointed by his fourth quarter fumble that resulted in the game-winning drive for the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving Day, but that, considering the season as a whole, he has been the most consistent of Dallas’ impressive stable of receivers.
"If you cut the tape on, I'm there," Williams said, per ESPN Dallas. "You cut the tape on No. 11, [he] is there on the film being consistent from week one to [now]. You can take it all the way back to training camp if you want to.
"I feel in my opinion, the most consistent wide receiver that we have [here], if you ask me. Not trying to toot my own horn, I'm just calling how I see it."
Last offseason--to his credit--Williams acknowledged that he was disappointed in his time with Dallas, and vowed to work harder and improve--and he has, really. Through 11 games this season Williams has 32 catches for 469 yards and five touchdowns. Whether he’s the Cowboys’ most consistent receiver is debatable, but that he’s in the debate is a vast improvement from his first season and a half with the Cowboys.
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