(Eds: With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Dez Bryant still thinks about his miracle catch that wasn't against the New York Giants last season.
The Dallas receiver can see the tips of his fingers landing out of bounds on Tony Romo's desperation pass that looked as if it would give the Cowboys their first win over the Giants in their fancy $1.2 billion stadium. Instead, replay turned it into just another disappointment in just another loss.
''It's out the window now,'' Bryant said. ''Like I said, it's all about Sunday. It's all about this upcoming game.''
There's talk of Bryant as an MVP candidate with the Cowboys set to open 2013 against the Giants at home. Such talk has its roots in all the exhilaration and exasperation tied into that one play because Bryant bounced back to become one of the most productive receivers in the league in a second half that defined his breakout season.
''I honestly felt like you've got to make up for that,'' said Bryant, who had 879 o...