You can add Emmitt Smith to the list of all time Cowboy Greats to criticize Roy Williams. "The question is, can Roy Williams step up and be what they need him to be? I don't know. I don't know if that's possible," said Smith.

For Cowboys Receiver Roy Williams, being called out by former Cowboys is as common as The Cowboys recent post season failures.

Roy has been criticized by the lights of Michael Irvin, Troy Aikman and Dieon Sanders. So when Roy heard about the comments today. He simply shrugged them off.

"I don't care personally. Emmitt is a great back. So it's all good," Williams said.

The criticism stems from last season when Roy only produced 198 yards and 1 touchdown in 10 games as a Cowboy. Not exactly what The Cowboys had in mind when they gave up their 1st, 3rd and 6th round draft picks to bring Roy to Dallas.

So due to all the negative criticism, Roy is calling this particular season the most challenging of his career.

"I'd probably say so. I think the media pumped it up. Fans got on back as well because they follow you guys. So it's fun for me because I know what kind of player I am. I can't wait for Sunday to get here so I can do what I do," said Williams.