This is an accurate assessment. In 2007, Romo used to throw a lot of picks because he forced the ball to Owens. When we got rid of Owens, we saw a concerted effort to spread the ball around more, though as our receivers deteriorated in trust factor with Romo, we saw him start focusing on Witten with poor results. Less touchdowns, and more interceptions. When Laurent Robinson gave him that extra option, Romo played really well. I think that had to do less with Robinson, and more with Romo's ability to work with a competent receiver. I think Williams can be a competent receiver. I think we've developed receivers long enough to where Romo can put more trust in others. In 2 man under, the two outside receivers are bracketed off, but there is some space in the middle. And that is Witten has generally thrived. Miles Austin has had success in the slot, but that can be enhanced even more by putting a credible threat on the outside to replace him. This should be a great year for Miles as well.