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83 Terrance Williams WR
Height/Weight: 6-2/208 | Birthdate: 9/8/1989 | Birthplace: Dallas, TX, USA | Team: Dallas | College: Baylor | NFL Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 89/24
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Terrance Williams admits he took some plays off mentally


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams acknowledged that he took some plays off mentally as a rookie last year.

"I feel like sometimes when I go three deep balls straight, then I have a tendency to take a play off [mentally]," Williams told ESPN.com. "And that play that I take off, the ball is coming my way. When I get tired now, I’m just trying to hold myself accountable, just thinking about what the 10 guys would say standing right next to me."

Receivers coach Derek Dooley said Williams' challenge is to be consistent now that he's an unquestioned starter.

"When you look back at his first year, when he was playing about 35 snaps a game, he was really making some great plays," Dooley said. "Then there were a bunch of games when he was kind of thrust in and had to play the whole game when Miles [Austin] was hurt and it was hard on him, being able to sustain that mentally and physically and emotionally. So he was a little bit more inconsistent.

"The trick now is to develop that level of consistency where he can perform at his best for 70 plays. That’s not easy."


Coach impressed with Terrance Williams' offseason


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/8/2014) Cowboys receivers coach Derek Dooley has been impressed with what Terrance Williams "has been able to do with more work" this offseason, reports ESPN.com. Williams has the tools to be a 1,000-yard receiver, according to the website, though the Cowboys just need him to fit in.

Williams projects to start opposite Dez Bryant after catching 44 balls for 736 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie.


Terrance Williams could have big year


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/9/2014) The Cowboys are expecting second-year receiver Terrance Williams to play at a high level this year, reports ESPN. He caught 44 passes for 736 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie.

Williams will be the starter opposite Dez Bryant in 2014, and the Cowboys have no reservations about Williams.

The report projects Williams to catch 66 passes for 943 yards and six touchdowns.


Terrance Williams moves into starting lineup


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/12/2014) The Cowboys' release of Miles Austin "opens the door for rookie receiver Terrance Williams to enter the starting lineup," reports the Dallas Morning News, adding coaches were pleased with Williams' production and development last season. Williams had 44 catches for 736 yards and five touchdowns. 

The Cowboys also might add a veteran receiver "who could help Williams and a young group of Dallas receivers in their development," the paper said.


Cowboys concerned about hamstring injuries


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/4/2014) Twelve Cowboys suffered hamstring injuries of varying severity in 2013, reports ESPN.com. The list consisted of Miles Austin, Morris Claiborne, Sean Lee, Justin Durant, Dwayne Harris, Bruce Carter, Danny McCray, Barry Church, Dez Bryant, Lance Dunbar, Gavin Escobar and Terrance Williams.

Coach Jason Garrett is looking at other teams' approaches to find a solution. He might cut back the time players spend on the field early in the offseason, the report said. 

“It is valuable to do the football stuff. We don’t feel like there’s a lot of football stuff right now,” Garrett told the website. “We want to be careful about how much we take away from that. But there’s a couple weeks prior to all that stuff starting. We’ve talked about tweaking the daily schedule and what we’re doing those first couple weeks as we start to lay the foundation for the offseason.”


Terrance Williams eager 'to take command of the offense'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/4/2014) Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams made some rookie mistakes in 2013, including running two wrong routes against the Giants and Vikings. Both screwups led to interceptions.

Williams improved his route-running as the season progressed and became a big-play threat, reports ESPN.com. He had 12 catches of 20-plus yards. With the Cowboys expected to release Miles Austin and save $5.5 million against the salary cap, Williams is penciled in as a starter opposite Dez Bryant.

The website notes Williams is "very hard on himself" and is "eager to take command of the offense."


Terrance Williams ready for full-time gig


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/22/2014) Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams showed in his rookie year that "the game was not too big for him," reports ESPN.com. The website notes Williams was able to get deep and run intermediate routes, and coaches were impressed with his work ethic.

"They felt like he rarely made the same mistake twice," the report said, adding Williams blocked well and displayed toughness by fighting through a hamstring injury the last two games.

Williams caught 44 passes for 736 yards and five touchdowns. Only two receivers in franchise history, Bob Hayes and Dez Bryant, caught more passes as rookies. With Miles Austin a candidate to be jettisoned for salary reasons, the Cowboys "have Williams ready to assume the No. 2 role behind Bryant," the report said.


Cowboys get offensive contributions


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/30/2013) The Cowboys got several minor offensive contributions in their Week 17 loss to the Eagles. Rookie receiver Terrance Williams had a 39-yard catch on two targets, receiver Miles Austin caught two of three targets for 22 yards and tight end Gavin Escobar caught a 17-yard touchdown, his second this season.

Receiver Cole Beasley added a 7-yard reception on two targets.


Terrance Williams leads the way for Cowboys


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams led the team in receiving yards Week 16.

Williams caught four passes for 84 yards. He did most of his work on the team's final drive, gaining 66 yards on that drive. Williams had a huge conversion, catching a 51 yard pass to put the team at the 21 yard line. Williams was targeted six times. He'll take on the Eagles Week 17.


Two questionable Cowboys ready to play


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2013) Cowboys WR Terrance Williams and DE Jarius Wynn are active Week 16 against Washington.

Williams is dealing with a hamsting injury. He did not practice Wednesday and Thursday, but practiced on a limited basis Friday. Wynn has a chest injury and was limited in practice this week.


Two Cowboys ruled questionable


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/20/2013) The Cowboys have listed WR Terrance Williams and DE Jarius Wynn as questionable Week 16 against Washington.

Williams has a hamstring injury, but was able to return to limited practice Friday. Wynn has a chest injury, but practiced on a limited basis all week.


Terrance Williams returns to practice Friday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/20/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams returned to practice Friday.

Williams missed both Wednesday and Thursday due to a hamstring injury. Returning to practice Friday bodes well for Williams playing Sunday. His status will be updated following practice.


Cowboys' epidemic of hammy injuries hits Terrance Williams


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/18/2013) The string of hamstring injuries plaguing the Cowboys continues. Rookie receiver Terrance Williams has a hamstring injury that might sideline him for Sunday's game at Washington, reports the Dallas Morning News.

Williams caught four passes for 46 yards last week vs. Green Bay.


Several pass-catchers contribute to effort for Cowboys


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2013) Rookie wideout Terrance Williams was the best of the pass-catchers making small contributions Sunday for the Cowboys. He had four catches for for 46 yards while Miles Austin continued his disappointing season with two receptions for 35 yards.

Cole Beasley added three snags for 19 yards while tight end Gavin Escobar caught one for 15 yards.


Terrance Williams loses fumble on special teams Week 13


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/28/2013) Cowboys rookie wide receiver Terrance Williams had another quiet performance Week 13 vs. Oakland. Williams totaled just three catches for 23 yards in a 31-24 win.

The afternoon got off to a bad start for Williams, who fumbled the opening kickoff. The Raiders' Greg Jenkins recovered the fumble and returned it 23 yards for a touchdown.

Williams finished with just one catch for 5 yards in the first half, despite four targets. One of those targets came on a 4-yard pass in the end zone, but Williams really had no chance at the touchdown since it was more of a throwaway play by Tony Romo to avoid an interception.

Williams was targeted six times, which trailed only Dez Bryant's nine targets. Williams has had three or fewer catches in his last five games. The Cowboys are back in action Week 14 at Chicago.


Will it be boom or bust for Terrance Williams Week 13?


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/27/2013) It's been a rough stretch of games for Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams in November coming off a breakout run in October. Williams has just four catches for 64 yards and one touchdown in three November games after totaling 14 catches for 313 yards and four touchdowns in four October games.

Williams is obviously a big-play threat for Dallas, as he is averaging 16.9 yards per reception. Unfortunately, Williams is a boom-or-bust player for Fantasy owners, so is Week 13 vs. Oakland (Thursday) the time to put Williams back into Fantasy lineups?

Wide receivers are averaging 25.7 Fantasy points per week against Oakland, which is the fifth-highest average. Wide receivers are also averaging 196.1 receiving yards and have totaled 13 touchdowns in 11 games against Oakland.

No. 2/No. 3 receivers have done well against the Raiders. Players like Eric Decker, Vincent Brown, Emmanuel Sanders, Riley Cooper, Rueben Randle and Justin Hunter have all had big games against Oakland, so maybe Williams will be the next secondary receiver to have a big outing against the Raiders.

Perhaps Williams could be used in deep Fantasy formats Week 13, but he's definitely a low-end option given his boom-or-bust status.


Terrance Williams has one catch again


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams had another disappointing performance in Week 12 against the Giants, as he was held to just one catch in a 24-21 win.

Williams was only targeted twice in the game, as he brought in his lone catch for 10 yards. He now has just six receptions over the last four games, matching his total from his previous game in Week 7 alone.

Williams has come back to earth after a big stretch in the middle of the season. He will try to get back on track in Week 13, against the Raiders Thursday.


Terrance Williams could suffer from Miles Austin's return


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/19/2013) While he's scored five touchdowns in his last six games, Cowboys rookie receiver Terrance Williams hasn't fully exploited the single coverage he's getting opposite Dez Bryant. Williams has five catches for 118 yards over the last three games.

Now receiver Miles Austin appears set to return from his hamstring injury. If Austin is finally healthy, as team owner Jerry Jones maintains, Williams could see fewer snaps and fewer targets against the Giants.

New York's improving pass defense is another concern. The Giants have not allowed a passing touchdown since Oct. 10.

Consider Williams a low-end WR2 or high-end WR3 for Week 12.


Terrance Williams makes fifth touchdown catch in six games


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/11/2013) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams used a double move to beat Jabari Greer for a 21-yard touchdown in the loss at New Orleans. It was the only catch he made on five targets.

Williams has snared a touchdown catch in five of the past six games. But he's made just five catches in the last three weeks. Williams gets a week off before visiting the Giants in Week 12.


Terrance Williams ready to start new scoring streak?


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/7/2013) Cowboys rookie receiver Terrance Williams looks to get back in the scoring column Week 10 at New Orleans after his scoring streak was halted at four games Week 9.

Though, it hasn't exactly been the easiest task for wide receivers to score against the Saints since receivers have totaled just six touchdowns in eight games against New Orleans. Wide receivers also average 154.5 receiving yards and 19.3 Fantasy points per week, which is the 10th-lowest average.

Williams has emerged in the passing game for Dallas thanks to a lingering hamstring injury that has hobbled Miles Austin. Dez Bryant and Jason Witten are still the top two options in the passing game, but Williams gets his targets, even in the red zone. He's caught three of his four red-zone targets, with two going for touchdowns.

Williams has surpassed more than two catches in just three of nine games, so if he doesn't get a touchdown, then it could be a very poor day for Williams, like it was in Week 9. Consider him more of a low-end No. 2/high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver Week 10.


James Hanna, Terrance Williams contribute for Cowboys


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2013) The Dallas Cowboys were able to spread the ball around in the passing game on Sunday during the Week 9 win over Minnesota. They had a couple minor contributors in the game. 

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo found tight end James Hanna for one 21-yard reception. Hanna was only targeted the one time in the game.

Wide receiver Terrance Williams had two receptions in the game for 33 yards. He saw seven targets come his way from Romo and had a long reception of 29 yards. Dallas plays at New Orleans Week 10.


Terrance Williams looks to keep TD streak alive


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/3/2013) Cowboys rookie receiver Terrance Williams heads into Week 9 against Minnesota with a four-game scoring streak on the line. Don't be surprised if he makes it five in a row.

The Vikings have allowed five receivers to score 16 or more Fantasy points in a standard league this season with eight touchdowns allowed and five gaining at least 100 yards. The Vikings have allowed a receiver to scored in three games in a row, and Williams should continue to play well in this matchup.

Aside for the touchdowns, Williams has gained at least 60 yards receiving in four of his past five games, and he's proven to be a solid complementary option opposite Dez Bryant. We consider Williams a must-start Fantasy receiver this week.


Terrance Williams hauls in another touchdown


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/27/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams hauled in a slant pass from quarterback Tony Romo and took it 60 yards to the house Sunday during the Week 8 loss at Detroit Sunday. 

Williams only caught two passes in the 31-30 loss as he went for 64 total yards through the air. He was targeted a team-high 10 times by Romo on the game. Williams added one rushing attempt for 5 yards. 

The 24-year-old Williams has now caught a touchdown pass in four consecutive games for the Cowboys, which play Week 9 against Minnesota. 


Terrance Williams should keep rolling


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams heads into the Week 8 game at Detroit looking for his fourth consecutive game with a touchdown catch. The WR leads all NFC rookies with 380 receiving yards.

After a slow start to his career, Williams has 12 catches for 249 yards and three touchdowns in his last three contests and has become a favorite target of quarterback Tony Romo. Dez Bryant remains the top WR in Big D, but Williams has been impressive.

The Lions have not been particularly good at stopping wideouts this season, either. They are allowing the seventh-most Fantasy points per game to the position. Just last week A.J. Green went for 155 yards and a TD against them. In fact, they've allowed a receiver to top 100 yards in four straight games and in five of seven on the year overall.

The rookie wideout should be seeing plenty of action in Fantasy leagues on Sunday as a quality No. 2 Fantasy WR.

Terrance Williams pushes scoring streak to three games


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2013) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams recorded his team's only receiving touchdown during a 17-3 win Week 7 at Philadelphia, extending his own touchdown streak to three games. Williams finished with six catches for 71 yards.

Williams' pushed his scoring streak to three games with a 9-yard touchdown catch with 9:25 left in the fourth quarter. His longest catch went 25 yards and he was targeted seven times in the win.

Williams will aim for a fourth straight game with a touchdown Week 8 at Detroit.