Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams seemed to not know what to do on a play that caused Tony Romo to throw an interception. In fact it looked like his head never turned around to look at the quarterback. Romo yelled at the rookie wide receiver after the inside pass was intercepted by New York Giants safety Ryan Mundy.
“The clock was going down and I’m looking at the defense and he apparently checked to something else,” Williams said Wednesday, via the Dallas Morning News, “and I wasn’t looking.”
“I just got to keep building trust with him and just keep doing what I’m supposed to do and be at the right spots, at the right times,” Williams said. “The more I do that, the more chances that he’ll throw the ball to me.”
Running back DeMarco Murray caught Mundy before the end zone to keep him from scoring.
Williams has been playing third wide receiver and the Cowboys don’t look ready to drop him down the depth chart. Williams caught 2 passes for 32 yards in the season opener. Dez Bryant wasn’t as big of a factor as he had hoped drawing double teams almost the entire game. Miles Austin reemerged after a couple of seasons of lingering injuries. Austin caught 10 passes for 72 yards.