Cowboys' Williams: If you think you can do my job, come take it

Steve Mitchell / USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams may have gotten over the bonehead decision that cost his team a chance at winning Sunday, but the fans certainly haven't.

Williams got an earful on social media after he stayed in bounds and kept the clock running after making a catch in the final seconds versus the New York Giants. While he and his teammates have moved on to their next opponent, he said he's still hearing about it.

"Well since I've been here (the fans have) been doing this," Williams told Kate Hairopoulos of Dallas Morning News after Wednesday's practice. "So if you drop a pass, they say you can't catch. If you do something wrong, they'll blame you. It just comes with the job. I just learn to block people out. Their opinions don't matter to me. They're not here. They don't know what kind of person I am, they don't know how hard I work."

The fourth-year receiver is doing what he can to ignore the negative talk, but he has a challenge for anyone who thinks they can play better.

"It's just one of those things, if they want to blame me, that's fine," said Williams. "At the end of the day I'm still here, I'm still doing my job, and if you feel like you can come take it, come take it."

Cowboys' Williams: If you think you can do my job, come take it
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