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Fantasy football waiver wire, Week 13: Terrance Williams offers little value

There's only one Cowboys wide receiver worth owning. We break down the fantasy implications.

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After coming into 2014 with somewhat lofty expectations, Terrance Williams has fallen off with his production in recent weeks. Williams finished with one catch for 18 yards against the New York Giants in Week 12, and he was only targeted twice by Tony Romo.

While Williams hasn't been the most consistent throughout the season, he's been nearly invisible in his last two games. Romo did not target Williams in Week 11, and the two didn't make anything happen again on Sunday night.

Fantasy impact: Some writers pegged Williams as a sleeper candidate prior to the regular season. It's safe to say those predictions will not come true. Williams is sitting on 28 receptions through 11 games. Prior to his catchless day against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, Williams had been targeted seven times in back-to-back games. Now he's an afterthought.

Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray command a significant portion of the weekly workload. Jason Witten is still actively involved in the passing game. After these three, Williams is a distant fourth in importance to the offense. He's droppable in most leagues.