The Detroit Lions offense was dreadful, to put it mildly, in a Week 7 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. A week after scoring a touchdown, Jameson Williams was a focal point.
Williams couldn't maintain momentum from a solid road performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, posting six targets without a catch.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Williams admitted his performance against the Ravens was not anywhere close to good enough.
"My game? I mean, six targets (with) no catches. I don't know, I was just more focused on the team and how we played. You know, my performance, I guess it can get better for sure. (It's) got to get better."
In terms of where Williams goes, the wideout said that it's vital for him to stay positive.
"It's always important. That's the main thing you got to focus on, because you can't let one play define you, one game define you. You got to keep moving forward. It's not your last game playing, it's not your last down playing, so you got to keep looking ahead."
Jameson Williams is ready to put a bad week behind him
The resounding defeat is the one the Lions have been chewing on, and Williams is no different. While he said the loss isn't one that consumes the Lions, he knows it's something that will drive the offense.
Williams didn't classify the loss as a reality check, but a learning experience.
"I wouldn't say a reality check, but it's something we keep noted. It's a big loss, a major loss to us and we're just going to remember that one for sure. We're going to use that as motivation down the road. We lost the game like this, we make those corrections, we had time to make those corrections, we watched the film, we corrected everything. Now, it's just time to get on the game plan for the Raiders this week."
Whatever that game plan holds for Williams against the Raiders, he's ready to put a rough week behind him.