“I opened up the Madden today, and I'm pretty (mad) about that game,” Roy Williams said. “They've got me at an 86 (out of 100) speed, 87 hands and like 84 overall or something like that.
“I can't be mad because I didn't have a good year last year. They go off that year, but geez Louise, 86 speed? That's like tight-end speed, like I'm a slowpoke.”
The pressure is on Williams to prove his critics wrong as he attempts to replace Terrell Owens as Tony Romo's top wideout, a key hole to fill if the Cowboys are to return to the playoffs after a one-year absence.
“My expectation is to catch everything thrown to me,” Williams said. “A good receiver can make a quarterback look good.”