The fourth and final documentary in this season's series "Deep Blue" was revealed on Thursday, featuring one of the biggest hitters in franchise history.
Roy Williams was drafted to be the face of the Cowboys in 2002 and figured to be a catalytic, game-changing player. As it turned out, Williams changed the game, just in different ways.
His aggressive, hard-hitting style of play led to many rule changes, including the Horse Collar rule, which Williams was known for.
The question that is asked in this documentary, is how good Williams could've been in a different era. Was he a decade too late to having a Hall of Fame career?