Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw ripped receiver Roy Williams, saying Williams cost the Cowboys a victory against the Packers. Williams had his first 100-yard game since being traded from Detroit last year, but he lost a fumble at the end of a 42-yard gain and later dropped a pass that would have been a big gain.
"Dallas lost that game when Roy Williams dropped that pass and then fumbled, too," Bradshaw said in comments released by Fox. "He may have finished with 100 yards receiving, but he's certainly not worth two first-round picks and all the money Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is paying him. He's not proving anything."
Williams has caught 10 passes for 180 yards and a touchdown in his past two games combined. It is his best two-game stretch in two years.
"We're getting there," Williams said Wednesday when asked if he and Tony Romo finally were getting on the same page.
-- Charean Williams