Lions give up Roy Williams – get new franchise

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Wow – it doesn’t seem like a total crack deal, maybe just a regular crack deal that would leave Detroit with 1st, 3rd, and 6th round picks in 2009 from the Cowboys for the unhappy and lately, unproductive Roy Williams. I think this is a very clear sign that Matt Millen is no longer at the helm. Read here for the details.

While adding WIlliams certainly makes the Cowboys even scarier, (stop and think for a moment re their offense: Williams, Owens, Witten, Barber, Jones), the Cowboys sure gave up a lot to get him. Detroit did well to get rid of a player who didn’t want to be there.

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3 Responses to “Lions give up Roy Williams – get new franchise”

  1. Ron La Canne Says:

    Just heard that Felix Jones has a torn hammy. Could be out four or more weeks. Will TO explode before Romo gets back? Also, grumbling from the Cowboy locker room about the coach. I’ll add to the rumors and report that a DNA test confirms that Jerry J. is Al Davis’ illegitimate spawn.

    All may not be well with “America’s Team”.

  2. Daniel Says:

    If the Lions take a Wide Receiver with the 1st round pick, will be one of the funniest moments of the draft history.

    But I think they’re not that stupid. Not anymore.

  3. bucky Says:

    Who are these guys, and what did they do with the Lions that we all know and love?

    I wouldn’t give a hot ham sandwich for Williams, and they get a 1, 3 and 6? Whoever’s running that team should be charged with first degree felony theft.

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