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16 Mar 2010
Remember Roy Williams? He re-signed with the Bengals on a one-year deal today.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 16 Mar 2010
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17 Mar 2010, 12:27pm by
Would love to see his charting data.
Is the Dallas fan in you suggesting he repeatedly got beat deep last year?
He only played 4 games, so there isn't much to see. Pro Football Focus charted him as being in coverage on 10 pass attempts. One was the crazy week 1 Stokley touchdown (Williams was the deep safety who came up and hit the intended receiver as the ball popped over to Stokley), and on the other 9 the offense had 3 completions for 63 yards (with 3 passes defensed).
Cowboys fan here, who happened to see that play live, and thought "man, no one could defend that, too random." And yet it turns out that it might've been stopped if Biscuit hadn't gotten out of coverage position to make a big highlight reel hit! Good riddance.
I don't really have anything to say about Roy Williams.
I do want to thank you for using the hyphen in 're-sign'.
No downside as far as I know. Good move on their part.
He's better than the next back up?
Roy actually did pretty well for us, but I hope we draft a FS in the first or second. Please, god, let Earl Thomas fall past the Texans...
Post deleted by me. Thought the Packers drafted before Bengals.
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