The Cowboys offense got off to a convincing start on Sunday, as all three running backs proved effective and Tony Romo spread the ball to six different receivers, three of whom hit paydirt.
According to Roy Williams, who had three catches for 82 yards and a touchdown, this is no big surprise. "Career-high passing yards?" Williams said sarcastically. "Without T.O.?"
"That's what we do," Williams continued. "We're the most talented offensive team in this league. We've got guys who can do multiple things. We showed that today."
Williams had high praise for his offense, but refused what must've been a mighty tempting opportunity to say, "I told you so."
"It's just one game," Williams said. "My thing's consistency. You know, I have to come out and do it next Sunday night against the big-time New York Giants
, so that'll be another good test for us. It's just one game. I know what I can do. You guys had no clue what I can do.
"We just have to be consistent about it."
Published at 3:13 PM CDT on Sep 14, 2009 | Updated at 3:30 PM CDT on Sep 14, 2009