On 2nd and 7, quarterback Tony Romo connected with Williams who cut twice before finding the end zone for a touchdown.
It was Williams second consecutive game with at least one touchdown. He finishes the postseason with four receptions, three of which went for scores.
Williams finishes his season with 751 yards and 11 touchdowns in 18 games for Dallas.
After a midseason drought,
From Weeks 8 through 15, Williams did not score and caught just one pass for more than 20 yards.
“Nothing has really changed,” Williams told ESPN.com. “I’m still running the routes, the way I’ve always run my routes. I think Tony [Romo] is just taking a few more chances deep than he was before.”
Williams caught six touchdown passes in the first seven games before disappearing from the offense. He's reemerged with four scores in his past three games.
Dallas is a 6-point underdog against the Packers.
Williams turned a medium gain into a 76-yard touchdown late in the second quarter thanks in part to poor tackling and poor angles taken by the defense. His second score was grabbed in the back of the end zone on third-and-goal from the eight-yard line, giving the Cowboys their first lead of the game with less than three minutes remaining in the final quarter.
Williams was targeted six times in a game where the Lions did their best to take away No. 1 receiver
The Cowboys have a date with the Packers set for Sunday in Green Bay.
Sunday's outburst came as a surprise, as Williams had not scored since Week 7. He's up to seven touchdowns entering Week 17 at Washington.
Romo was fully expected to suit up and play after being listed as probable on the team's final Week 14 injury report Tuesday. The Cowboys' other probables are also active Thursday, including wide receiver
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