Hold on for a second:
While I try to compose myself, read some quotes from Roy Williams via ESPN.com.
“I know people are thinking he’s (Dez Bryant) going to come in and take my spot and all that mess,” Williams said. “It’s not about that. I don’t think that’s going to happen anyway.”
“I’m going to look at this thing as I’m the man, like I’ve always been,” Williams said. “And that’s never going to change.”
One more second:
First off, Miles Austin is the man. Secondly, while I appreciate Williams’ confidence, in reality he has been only been the man one year and that was in Detroit.
When the Lions got a real #1 wide receiver in Calvin Johnson, they got rid of Williams.
If you go by Williams’ “never going to change” theory, the Cowboys are in trouble. If he honestly believes he was ever “The Man,” then the Cowboys are in even more trouble.
The only reason he’s still with the Cowboys right now is because of his contract. If he was truly “The Man,” the Cowboys never would have drafted Dez Braynt.
How about a little less boasting about being “The Man” and more production on the field?
How about that Roy?
By the way, to be “The Man” you have to beat “The Man”