Twitter is at many different times different things for people: a social media platform, a communication tool, a connection to the world, or a therapy couch to vent out anger/frustration.
Someone who’s been the target of much criticism in social media circles is Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Terrance Williams. This is interesting considering that T-Will is coming off of a 2015 season that featured him setting career high marks in catches (52) and yards (840), all while dealing with the parade of ineptitude at the quarterback position.
The consensus opinion on Williams is that, while he did have a nice fantasy season, he didn’t do enough. He’s been chastised by many, myself included, for not stepping up and basically being Dez Bryant when #88 was sidelined.
Terrance has a pretty prominent presence in social media and he, shockingly quietly, made a statement about this season on Sunday night in an Instagram post.
With both Tony Romo and Dez Bryant back, not to mention a huge offensive addition in rookie Ezekiel Elliott, Terrance Williams is going to have opportunities to shine. Such was the case in 2014 when, during his sophomore season, Terrance made play after play in big games and was a Cowboys fan-favorite.
Terrance Williams is out for revenge. Look out, NFL. He’s coming.