While Cowboys receiver Miles Austin breaks records, Roy Williams sounds like a broken record:
The player who cost Dallas three draft picks and a $45 million
contract extension has offered the same refrain for weeks now. He's
frustrated, he can't get on the same page with Tony Romo, and he
doesn't know why.
Williams added a twist this week by declaring himself the No. 1
receiver. He said "things are just doing No. 2's way," referring
Austin has more yards and touchdowns in the past three games
than Williams has in his first 16 with the Cowboys.
Austin set an NFL record with 482 yards in his first three
starts. Williams has 447 yards for the equivalent of a full season
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