The Cowboys are lucky to be rid of Roy Williams. I’m not talking about the current Cowboys receiver. No, I’m talking about the former Cowboys safety who went from great to bad seemingly overnight, from being the bad-ass hitting machine to the guy who couldn’t cover a paraplegic grandmother on a deep route.

Williams is now with the Cincinnati Bengals, the team featured in this season’s HBO series “Hard Knocks” about the Bengals training camp.

So, in the first episode, the team is preparing for practice and the players are talking about a grueling session called the Oklahoma Drill. In the drill, two players line up in front of each other and try to knock each other down.

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  1. Yes, Cubby, a TV recap with a brilliant point or two thrown in for free.

    Some people don’t have time to watch every show on TV. I willingly sacrifice my time and social life to do the heavy lifting for them, view the obscure but important shows, and then report any interesting findings. I’m like a public servant. That’s just the way I roll.

    You on the other hand are like a big hairy animal that gets its nose stuck in honey jars.