Four days later, receiver Roy Williams remains disappointed with his crucial fumble that led to the Cowboys' 30-27 loss to the Saints on Thanksgiving Day.
Williams believes the Cowboys would have won the game if not for his miscue.
Williams, however, does take pride in the way he has bounced back from his horrid play of a year ago to become the team's "most consistent receiver" in 2010.
With 32 catches for 469 yards and five touchdowns, Williams will never live up to his $9 million salary and the bushel of draft picks the Cowboys gave to Detroit to get him in a trade. He if fifth on the team in catches and fourth and yards. But he is also on pace to surpass last year's numbers when he finished with a disappointed 38 catches for 596 yards.
"If you cut the tape on, I'm there," Williams said. "You cut the tape on No. 11 is there on the film being consistent from week one to [now]. You can take it all the way back to training camp if you want to. I feel in my opinion, the most consistent wide receiver that we have [here], if you ask me. Not trying to toot my own horn, I'm just calling how I see it."
His drops have been reduced considerably and he has seemingly been on the right page with the quarterbacks, which was a problem last year _ thus making him a liability.
That has not been the case in 2010, aside from the fumble against the Saints.