A video of Cowboys fans flipping off Trent Williams and slapping his hand away after the playoff loss at the AT&T Stadium is out there. Cowboys fans did the most after the loss as they could be seen throwing trash at players and refs as they made their way off the field.
Cowboys fans were truly on their worst behavior this weekend with the many fights that happened inside and outside AT&T Stadium. The Dallas Cowboys season came to a close following a disappointing 23-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card Round Sunday.
After the game, fans could be seen throwing trash at players and refs as they made their way off the field. That was just the tip of the iceberg as 49ers defensive player Trent Williams was all smiles when he made his way to the tunnel.
He encountered some unruly Cowboys fans flipping him off, so naturally, he laughed and pointed at them. He would eventually extend his hand for a handshake, but one of them took a swipe at him and continued to flip him off.
Trent Williams was extremely happy because this was the first playoff game he has ever won.
The left tackle made the postseason in 2012 and 2015 with the Washington Football Team, however, never made it past the Wild Card Round. On Sunday, the 33-year-old earned the first postseason victory of his career following San Francisco’s 23-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys, advancing the 49ers to their second Divisional Round matchup in the last three seasons.
“It feels better than any accolades anybody can give me,” Williams added. “This is the best feeling in the world, and obviously it’s short-lived because it’s a tournament, so we’ve got another big game next week, but it’s the best feeling.” The victory comes just two days after the left tackle was named first-team All-Pro for the first time in his NFL career.
The honor is well deserved, and arguably well overdue, as Williams has been regarded as one of the best players in the NFL this season. According to football analytics site Pro Football Focus, Williams finished the year with an overall grade of 98.3, the highest ever given to any player in a single season. His performance throughout his second year in San Francisco earned Williams his ninth-career Pro Bowl nod.
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