Safe to say: Roy Williams is frustrated
Posted by ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert
DETROIT -- Lions receiver Roy Williams is a pretty emotional player, but he's downright showing up his quarterback here in the second half of a rout at Ford Field.
I'm sitting approximately three miles above the field, and even I can see Williams motioning demonstrably every time quarterback Dan Orlovsky misses him. One incompletion bounced off Williams' hands and into those of Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman, who returned it 26 yards for a touchdown.
There was little doubt that Williams thought it was a bad pass as he held both arms behind him while walking off te field. On another play, Williams tried to kick a pass that landed at his feet.
The Bears are dominating this game in all areas, and I suppose it's good that Williams is taking it seriously. But directing his emotions at Orlovsky probably isn't helping anything. We'll be back with you shortly after the game and again a few hours later.