As we discussed Monday, Redskins safety LaRon Landry accused Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams of playing "scared" Sunday. Landry said he could tell it by the way Williams was running his routes. In fact, the Skins safety even said he told Williams that he was playing scared and he said that Williams didn't respond. On Tuesday, Williams took the high road.
"You get frustrated with yourself and your team and the way things are going and you envy others who are on winning ballclubs and are doing things they're supposed to do," Williams said Tuesday. "So, I'm just going to continue to do my job. God bless the young man, him and his family and his football team. I don't buy into the comments, I don't do anything, just going to continue to play our game."
And really, what was Williams supposed to say? He finished with zero catches and he was lit up by Landry on a couple different occasions. Based on his performance, I don't think he could've done a better job of fielding the question.