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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%: 66/9 | Average Draft Position: 90.06
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Tony Romo among active Cowboys probables in Week 14


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(12/4/2014) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (back) is active for Thursday night's Week 14 matchup with the Bears.

Romo was fully expected to suit up and play after being listed as probable on the team's final Week 14 injury report Tuesday. The Cowboys' other probables are also active Thursday, including wide receiver Terrance Williams (finger), defensive ends George Selvie (thumb) and Tyrone Crawford (knee), defensive tackle Nick Hayden (shoulder), linebacker Rolando McClain (knee) and offensive tackles Tyron Smith (illness) and Doug Free (foot).


Cowboys issue injury report for TNF


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/3/2014) The Cowboys listed defensive end Demarcus Lawrence (chest) as questionable for Thursday night's game in Chicago.

The following players are probable: defensive tackle Josh Brent (groin), right tackle Doug Free (foot), defensive tackle Nick Hayden (shoulder), linebacker Rolando McClain (knee), defensive end George Selvie (thumb), left tackle Tyron Smith (illness) and wideout Terrance Williams (finger).


Cowboys WR Terrance Williams' opportunities remain in decline


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/30/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams has seen a rapid decline in production following a quick start to the season. After totaling 18 catches for 320 yards and five touchdowns in his first five games, Williams has just 12 catches for 162 yards and one touchdown in his last six games.

"I think some of that has to do with opportunity," coach Jason Garrett said, per ESPN. "Other guys have stepped up. Cole Beasley has made a number of the plays the last couple of weeks. We have seen [Lance] Dunbar and [Gavin] Escobar and some of those other guys make plays. Obviously, we’re getting the ball to [Jason Witten] and to Dez as much as we can. We’re trying to run the football, so sometimes a certain player doesn’t get as many opportunities. But the biggest thing for those guys is to stay ready and take advantage of the opportunities when you get them."

Williams admits he is staying ready for any opportunities that might come his way in the passing game.

"Tony (Romo) goes through a lot of stuff that he’s got to call and see, and so it’s kind of like one of those things where I can’t fault him," Williams said. "I just got to be ready whenever he decides to look my way. I have to be ready. I can’t wait till stuff getting bad for him to start throwing me the ball. I need to be ready whenever he looks at me all of the quarters." 


Terrance Williams a non-factor again


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/27/2014) Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams caught two of four targets for 38 yards in the Week 13 loss to the Eagles. It was his fourth straight game with two or fewer catches, and his fifth straight without a touchdown.

Tony Romo's late, underthrown pass to Williams got intercepted when Williams didn't bother to try to break it up. Williams visits the Bears next Thursday.


Tony Romo, Terrance Williams ready to roll


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/27/2014) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (back) and wideout Terrance Williams (finger) are active for the game against the Eagles after being listed as probable.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo probable for Thursday's game


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/26/2014) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is probable heading into Thursday's game against the Eagles.

Romo was listed with a back injury, but was able to practice in full on both Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Josh Brent, Tyrone Crawford, Doug Free, Nick Hayden, Rolando McClain and Terrance Williams were also listed as probable, and should play.

The team did not list any players as questionable, though Jeff Heath was listed as doubtful.

Jack Crawford, Tyler Patmon and Dekoda Watson were all ruled out prior to Thursday. 


Cowboys WR Terrance Williams says he'll play Thursday


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/26/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram he'll play Thursday against the Eagles despite breaking his left index finger Week 12. He pointed out he once played at Baylor with a cast on his broken hand.

Williams will wear a splint and likely take a pain-killing injection before the Thanksgiving game, the report said. He was able to catch passes in practice Tuesday, though he told the paper his finger "hurts bad."


Cowboys WR Terrance Williams limited in practice Tuesday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(11/25/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams returned to the practice field and was a limited participant in Tuesday's session, per the Dallas Morning News. Williams broke the tip of his index finger in Sunday's win over the Giants. His status remains uncertain for Thursday's clash against Philadelphia.

Cowboys WR Terrance Williams dealing with finger injury


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams broke the tip of his index finger in Sunday's win over the Giants and was held out of Monday's practice, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Williams doesn't need surgery and will wear a splint, the report said.

Dallas hosts the Eagles on Thanksgiving.


Cowboys WR Terrance Williams catches just one pass vs. Giants


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams managed just one reception on two targets for 18 yards in his team's 31-28 win over the Giants in Week 12.

Williams has struggled to emerge of late, following up a targetless performance in Week 11 with just one catch Sunday. He's managed just 37 yards on three receptions over his last three games. Williams will look to get back on track Thursday against the Eagles.


Terrance Williams can't find his way


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/9/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams was a solid Fantasy option in the first half, but that has changed as the touchdowns have dried up in recent weeks.

Williams had a high of just 77 yards through the season's first seven games, but had four games of double digit Fantasy scoring in that stretch, however he was incredible touchdown dependent, with six touchdowns in that span. After being held without a catch in Week 10 against the Jaguars, Williams has just 14 Fantasy points over the last four games, with just one touchdown.

Relying on touchdown-dependent players is always a risky strategy, and Williams is a great example of why that is. He simply isn't a big or consistent enough part of the team's offense to rely on, and he might not be worth owning in deeper Fantasy leagues at this point. 


Terrance Williams a non-factor Week 9


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/2/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams caught two of seven targets Sunday for 19 yards. It was his sixth game this season with two or fewer receptions.

Williams plays the Jaguars in London in Week 10.


Terrance Williams ties season high with six catches


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/28/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams matched his season high with six catches Monday against the Redskins. They went for 69 yards, though Williams was held out of the end zone for the third time this season.

Williams tied for second on the team with seven targets. He'll take on the Cardinals on Sunday.


Cowboys' Terrance Williams scores on only reception


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) Cowboys wideout Terrance Williams scored on his only reception Week 7.

Williams struck near the end of the second quarter. He hooked up with Tony Romo on an 18 yard touchdown reception. It was the only pass Williams caught all game. He was targeted just three times during the contest.

Williams will look for more against Washington Week 8.


Terrance Williams makes the play of the game


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) The Cowboys were facing 3rd-and-20 in the fourth quarter Sunday when second-year wideout Terrance Williams snared a high 23-yard pass on the sideline, barely tapping his toes as he fell out of bounds. The ballet-like catch keyed Dallas' game-winning touchdown drive.

Williams earlier made a 47-yard reception to finish with 70 yards on two grabs. Those were his only two targets. Williams plays the Giants in Week 7.


Seahawks showing vulnerability against the pass


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/8/2014) The safe assumption over the last season has been to sit all but the best Fantasy options when the Seahawks show up on the schedule. However, Seattle's defense has been surprisingly vulnerable against the pass so far, which throws a wrench in conventional wisdom when it comes to the Cowboys' Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams.

Though the Seahawks still rank as the toughest rush defense in the league, they have been remarkably pedestrian against the pass. Part of that is the result of going against Aaron Rodgers, Philip Rivers and Peyton Manning to open the season, but even Kirk Cousins lit them up for 23 Fantasy points last week. Romo has found his way in recent weeks after a slow start, and might actually be a worthy start for Week 6 in Seattle.

Of course, how Romo plays will go a long way toward defining if Bryant or Williams is worth using. The Seahawks have been vulnerable against the pass, but have still held opposing teams' No. 1 receivers to just 48 yards per game and no touchdowns. Still, Bryant has too much skill to consider sitting against even a tough matchup like this. Williams might find room to succeed if Bryant is bottled up, but it is tough to rely on someone who has topped five targets just three times in five games.

Eventually, the Seahawks might turn things around and return to the smothering defense they have been in the past. If you want to pass on Romo this week, we wouldn't blame you -- Jamey Eisenberg has him as far down as 17th among quarterbacks in his rankings for Week 6. However, this is no longer a must-sit matchup, based on what we have seen this season. 


Cowboys' Terrance Williams scores fifth touchdown of season


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams followed up his multi-touchdown performance with another score on Sunday against the Texans in Week 5.

Williams caught a deep pass for a gain of 28 yards on a corner route on the final drive of the first half. He broke free for a 43-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter. He caught two of the six passes thrown his way for 71 yards and a touchdown in a 23-20 overtime victory. 

Williams has 16 receptions for 250 yards and five touchdowns this season. He'll try to stretch the field in a difficult matchup at Seattle in Week 6.


No thanks to Terrance Williams


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/1/2014) I hate to pooh-pooh a player a week after he scores two touchdowns, but I really don't get the Terrance Williams love. 

OK, so those two in Week 4 gave him four in four games, but in two of those games, he caught just two passes total. And prior to Sunday night, his season high in receiving yards was 50.

The Cowboys were a run-heavy team prior to opening up the passing game in what figured to be a high-scoring affair with the Saints in town, but I think they go back to feeding DeMarco Murray against Houston this week. In that version of the Cowboys offense, Tony Romo has shown he's good for only one or two touchdown passes, and you have to think Dez Bryant is more likely to get one than Williams. So what does that make Williams' chances of scoring a week-to-week basis? Less than 50/50?

Bottom line: I don't think he can keep up this scoring rate, and if he doesn't keep up this scoring rate, he doesn't have much to fall back on.

That doesn't mean I'm dropping Williams, but I'm not nearly as bullish on him as Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard, who rank him among their top 24 wide receivers for this week. I'm probably not even starting him in a standard 12-team league.


Terrance Williams proves his worth


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/29/2014) With quarterback Tony Romo delivering his best performance of the season Week 4 against New Orleans, Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams certainly answered the question of whether or not he deserves to be on your roster (see my post from Sept. 25).

Still, given the Cowboys' reliance on the running game this year, I'm still skeptical Romo will have enough games like this one where he's able to sustain both Williams and Dez Bryant while still giving Jason Witten and DeMarco Murray their usual share of the targets. And if that's the case, Bryant will come out ahead nine times out of 10.

That's just one of my Fantasy Football takeaways from Week 4. For more, check out my latest post to the Fantasy Football Today blog.


Terrance Williams up to four touchdowns


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/29/2014) Cowboys second-year wideout Terrance Williams torched the Saints on Sunday night, catching six passes for a team-high 77 yards and two touchdowns. He has four scores through four games.

Williams led Dallas with seven targets, the second time this season he's had that many. He scored on receptions of 6 and 23 yards in the first half and had 60 receiving yards by halftime. Dallas didn't need to throw much in the second half.

Williams plays the Texans in Week 5.


Now or never for Terrance Williams?


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/25/2014) Three weeks in, wide receiver Terrance Williams has been more of a bust than the breakthrough so many projected him to be coming into the season, but that's partly because the Cowboys have had the luxury of leaning on running back DeMarco Murray. They got into a bit of a shootout with the Rams last week, and we saw quarterback Tony Romo air it out a little more in the second half as a result. But aside from his 12-yard touchdown grab in the fourth quarter, Williams wasn't one of the beneficiaries, finishing with two catches for 32 yards.

Maybe that changes against the Saints in Week 4. Unlike against the Rams, the Cowboys should enter with the assumption they have to keep pace with Drew Brees and company and air it out from the beginning. And while Williams himself may not benefit from it as much as Dez Bryant and Jason Witten will, if Romo throws for 300 yards, he'll get his.

Romo is the type of quarterback who could throw for 300 yards more often than not if the Cowboys decide to go that route with their offense, but if Williams can't make an impact this time out, it's irrelevant whether or not they do. Start or sit really isn't the issue here in standard 12-team leagues. He's playing to stay on your roster.


Terrance Williams catches touchdown in Week 3 win


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/21/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams caught two of his three targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in his team's 34-31 win over the Rams in Week 3.

Williams was left wide open on a well-designed play in the red zone, catching the ball on the move at the six-yard line and easily reaching paydirt. Though he's had just two catches and three targets in each of his last two games, Williams has scored two touchdowns while gaining 102 yards in three games. The Cowboys host the Saints in Week 4.


Terrance Williams a non-factor Week 2


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams was a non-factor in the passing game during a 26-10 win Week 2 at Tennessee.

Williams was targeted four times, finishing with two catches for 20 yards. His longest reception went 12 yards and he was targeted just once after halftime.

The Cowboys are back in action Week 3 at St. Louis.


Tony Romo, Terrance Williams in lineup Week 2


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (back) and wide receiver Terrance Williams (back) were cleared to play Week 2 at Tennessee. Both players were listed as probable.

Cowboys trying to find ways to help QB not make risky throws


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/9/2014) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo tried on two occasions during a Week 1 loss against the 49ers to force the football to wide receiver Dez Bryant despite being covered by multiple defenders. Both times Romo threw interceptions.

"I think it’s pretty clear -- you don’t force the ball to people," head coach Jason Garrett said, per ESPN. "Dez is a great player, but [Jason Witten is] a great player too. Terrance WilliamsCole BeasleyDevin StreetDwayne Harris, all those guys are really, really good football players, who, if given an opportunity, are going to come through for us. Tony understands that. Tony’s typically struck a really nice balance about trying to give these guys a chance and understanding how to read things out and throwing the ball to the right guy."

As one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, defenses will pay extra attention to Bryant on a weekly basis. Garrett said it will be up to the coaching staff to find ways to get the football to Bryant without having Romo make risky throws.

"It’s what happens every week in the NFL," Garrett said. "Dez Bryant, if you look at his whole body of work throughout his career, he’s gotten doubled throughout most games every game he’s every play. The same thing with Jason Witten. These guys are really good players. Week in and week out they find ways, we’ve tried to find ways to give them opportunities."