After three games as the Cowboys' No. 1 wide receiver, Roy Williams says he's unsure of his primary function.
His four receptions for 75 yards against Carolina on Monday were his most as a Cowboy. That also equaled his total for the previous two games.
"I do not know what my role is," Williams said. "I'm just trying to help this team win, whether it's catching the ball, whether it's blocking downfield, whether it's whatever the game is calling for. My role is to ... make plays, whether it's in the run or pass game, I'm guessing."
Williams clearly wants the ball more. With Dallas averaging 3.2 more rushing attempts per game than last season, Williams has eight receptions, tied with Patrick Crayton for second on the team. Tight end Jason Witten leads with 19.
But Williams said it's hard to complain with the Cowboys leading the NFL in rushing.