Dez Bryant is coming off his best year as an NFL receiver. He amassed 1382 yards and scored 12 touchdowns in the 2012 campaign.
Dez has improved his production each year he has been in the league. In 2010, his numbers were 561 yards and six TDs. In 2011, he had 928 and nine. Good health has been one factor in his growth. Gaining experience has been another. Maturing as a person may be the most important.
Longtime Cowboys writer and ESPN contributor Jean-Jacques Taylor believes Bryant is poised to race into the Cowboys’ history books in 2013:
The words are a harbinger for a player poised to turn in the best performance we’ve ever seen from a Dallas Cowboys receiver. Better than the best year Bob Hayes ever had. Or Drew Pearson. More impressive than any season Michael Irvin put together. Terrell Owens, too.
Irvin set the franchise record for receptions (111) and yards (1,605) in 1995 and Owens established the team record for touchdowns in 2007 with 15. Bryant will go at least one bett...