Roy Williams: I’m the most consistent receiver on the Cowboys’ roster

ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 10: Wide receiver Roy Williams  of the Dallas Cowboys carries the ball against the Tennessee Titans at Cowboys Stadium on October 10, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. The Titans won 34-27. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Roy Williams isn’t the type of player to toot his own horn. But when he has the opportunity to tell everyone how good he’s been this season, you best believe he’s going to do it.

While appearing on The Ben and Skin Show on KESN-FM radio in Dallas on Tuesday, Williams had this to say about where he stands with the Cowboys’ organization (from the Dallas Morning News):

“I’m nowhere near trying to toot my own horn because I’m not that type of player, but I’ve been the most consistent wide receiver that we have on this roster. That can go back all the way to OTAs, training camp and during the season. I’m not getting very many opportunities but I’m doing everything that I’m supposed to do. I’m run blocking, lining up, doing things I’m supposed to do, a lot of things that don’t make Sports Center but a lot of things that my coaches see and my teammates see as well.

Williams apparently isn’t the type of player to toot his own horn but he’s going to go ahead and toot it anyway. This comes five days after he cost the Cowboys a win by fumbling late in the fourth quarter against the Saints and setting them up for their game-winning touchdown drive. (Granted, the soft Dallas defense had something to do with the loss too, but nevertheless…)

Even if Williams has been the team’s most consistent receiver this year, you just don’t say things like that when you’ve only caught 32 passes for 469 yards. He does have five touchdowns on the year, but it’s not like defensive coordinators are losing sleep at night worried about how to cover Roy Williams.

He showed some humility after the New Orleans game by owning up to the fumble, then he turns around and tells everyone how good he is. How unfortunate.

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