ARLINGTON — Terrance Williams said he becomes more comfortable in the Cowboys offense each game. The rookie wide receiver out of Baylor certainly looked comfortable early in the third quarter when he caught his second touchdown in as many games.
As the play broke down, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo scrambled away from pressure and found Williams in the back right corner of the end zone for a 15-yard score that put Dallas up 21-9.
“You just can’t ever give up on a play,” Williams said. “You have to run your route towards the beginning and then if it happens to break down, you just got to find a way [to get open]. That’s what [Romo] does all the time.”
Williams finished with two catches for 27 yards.
“Anytime that [Romo] gets in trouble like he did a few times today, I’m just trying to continue to get open,” Williams said.