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National Columnist Calls Cowboys WR Williams Overhyped

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    Terrance Williams of the Dallas Cowboys carries the ball for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles Sept. 20, 2014, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

    Terrance Williams is overhyped.

    At least, that's what CBS Sports columnist Pete Prisco wrote in his annual 32 Teams, 32 Players who are more name than game.

    He writes this of the Cowboys wide receiver:

    When Dez Bryant went down, Williams didn't step up as expected. He clearly showed he needs a player like Bryant to help him be successful. Yes, there were quarterback issues when Tony Romo went down, but he needed to do more than just catch 52 passes. 

    I agree with Prisco. Williams was not good last year. Unless he comes up with a stellar season, I can see the Cowboys letting him walk after they season.