The Washington Redskins finished the 2012 regular season with seven consecutive wins and a playoff appearance to show for it. According to Trent Williams, that added up to overconfidence in 2013.
The pro bowl left tackle told The Washington Post on Monday that the Redskins took things for granted in 2013.
Williams says #Redskins took things for granted this past season and that the group needs to "come together" and "play together."
— Mike Jones (@MikeJonesWaPo) April 7, 2014
Williams says the Skins must “come together” and “play together.”
“We’re too talented to go 3-13 again,” Williams said.
When asked about DeSean Jackson, Williams said he’d prefer to just judge the Jaccpot CEO as a new teammate.
“I’m not going to judge him and say where he has to change,” Williams said. “His numbers stand up with the top receivers in the league.”