According to reports, Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams is annoyed at his lack of a role in the offense since being brought it from the hapless Detroit Lions earlier this season.
In nine games with Dallas, Williams has 17 receptions for 194 yards and a touchdown. That's hardly what a receiver of his caliber is capable of, and teammate Terrell Owens (among others), thinks Williams needs a larger role in the offense, having this to say:
Owens: "If I'm Roy, I'd be frustrated."
Owens seems to be a glass half-empty kind of guy. Here at 4th and Fail, though, we like to take a glass half-full approach to things. Here's how we see the situation from Williams' point of view:
El Tomas Verde: "If I'm Roy Williams, I'm glad I'm not in Detroit any more and that I'm getting paid $45 million over the next five years."
The way we see it, having a smaller role on a team battling for a playoff spot heading into the season's final week is by far a better situation than having superior stats on a team that has the worst start in league history at 0-15, and heading into the final week with the potential of going down in infamy as the WORST. TEAM. EVER. (if they lose to the Packers at Lambeau, a place where the Lions haven't won a game at since 1991).
So man up, Roy, and look at the bright side of things.