Former NFL receivers talk Cowboys Super Bowl hopes.

Former NFL receivers talk Cowboys Super Bowl hopes.

ODESSA- Odessa native and former NFL Wide Receiver  Roy Williams held a watch party for Sunday's Cowboys vs Giants game at the Odessa Cinergy theater.

This was a promotion for Williams' MVP Vodka Brand, which is just about to start it's second year of business.  He also brought along former Patriot and

Super Bowl winning Wide Receiver Bethel Johnson

NewWest 9 asked Williams about Dallas' dominant run.

"It would be big for us, but lets crawl before we walk, Williams said. "You know, let's take baby steps. 11-1 it feels good, it's great, but what are we going to do when we get into the playoffs. That's been the thing, what happens? Did Dez catch it? of course he caught it. Just crawl before we walk before we start talking Super Bowl."

NewsWest 9 asked Johnson what the Cowboys could expect if they do hoist the Lombardi trophy at the end of the season.

"I think it's different for everybody, I mean you know because you play with Belichick, there's a pyschological game that he plays," Johnson said. "No one game is bigger than the other. So every week, even going into the playoffs as rookies, he was like "it's just another game," but afterwards it took about a week before it hit me like man we just won the super bowl."

The Cowboys will face Tampa Bay on Sunday Night Football on NewsWest 9 next week.

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