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Owned in just 19 percent of Yahoo! leagues, Terrance Williams will certainly see that number rise in the coming weeks.
Somebody other than Dez Bryant and Jason Witten need to catch passes for Tony Romo in Dallas. What I love about anybody catching passes for Dallas is the fact that the Cowboys' offensive game plan falls apart so easily; as soon as they get in anything resembling a close game, they abandon the run.
I mean, seriously, Jason Garrett knows it's not illegal to run the ball in the second half, right? Explain how else DeMarco Murray got just 12 carries in a game that was neck and neck the whole way, until Romo throws that awful pick.
Now, as it pertains to Williams, it means that Romo is going to chuck it, a lot. He's on pace for the second-highest amount of pass attempts per game so far, he sports a 13-2 TD-to-INT ratio, he's on pace for another near-5,000-yard passing season.
But most importantly, he's completing nearly 72 percent of his passes and having by any metric, the most efficient season of his career.
Romo has always made tertiary pass-catchers sneaky-good fantasy plays. From Laurent Robinson a couple of years ago, to Miles Austin last year; I am a believer that Terrance Williams' 151-yard performance on Sunday indicates that he's next in line to be a sneaky-good option for fantasy.
There's a big chunk of the passing pie available in Big D, and Williams should be able to take his piece.