Martz Says Roy Williams and the Cowboys a “Perfect Match”

Former Rams head coach and offensive coordinator of the Lions and Niners Mike Martz spoke to the Dallas Morning News about Roy Williams, a player that is being counted on to have a big season for Tony Romo and the Cowboys:

Passing game guru Mike Martz is the coach who got the most out of coachable WR Roy Williams, whose lone Pro Bowl season came during Martz’s first year as the Lions’ offensive coordinator. Martz doesn’t see any reason why Williams, after a full off-season to learn the Cowboys’ system and work with Tony Romo, can’t have similar success with Dallas.

“I’m not sure what kind of demands they had on him (last year),” Martz told blog buddy Albert “Einstein” Breer of the Sporting News. “But he’s very intelligent, one of those guys who will do what you ask him to, and he really understands the position. “Because Roy’s a pretty intellectual guy, it has to make sense to him what you’re doing. He questions a lot of things, but that’s all very healthy, very good, as long as you have answers for him. And Jason (Garrett), with his disposition–he’s a bright coach with a good feel–it’s a perfect match.”


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