Williams: Penalties 'were a little iffy'

Mike Woods
Post-Crescent Media
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It wasn't an easy day for Packers cornerback Tramon Williams.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams (83) breaks free from a tackle attempt by Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams (38) and runs it in for a touchdown reception in the second quarter.

He was flagged twice for pass interference and missed a tackle on Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams that led to a 38-yard touchdown and a 14-7 Dallas lead.

The first flag thrown on Tramon Williams came against Terrance Williams at the Green Bay 1, resulting in a 16-yard penalty and led to the Cowboys' first score.

"I didn't get any explanation for it," Tramon Williams said. "They would have had to call pass interference on me all night if I was getting those. Obviously they called a couple of them on me and I don't agree with either of them."

On the day, the Packers had an alarming 10 penalties for 87 yards.

"That was pretty much it, the penalties, man," said Tramon Williams. "That pretty much killed us for the most part. We've got to find a way to play more disciplined ball and more controlled. I think some of the penalties that we were called for were a little iffy, personally, but you've got to find a way to adjust."

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