When Dez Bryant dropped a pair of potential touchdown catches in the first half on Sunday, it looked like we were going to get another round of discussion about whether the talented wideout will ever live up to his boundless potential.
After all, the second half wasn't going to offer anything but more fuel to the fire of Bryant's detractors. The third and fourth quarters have long been Bryant's kryptonite and the two drops didn't seem to signal that there was a big change ahead for number 88. All things are possible against the Rams, however, and Bryant's day was just starting to get interesting.
He was targeted four times by Tony Romo in the second half and Bryant caught all four of those passes for 56 yards and a touchdown. That's a bounty for a player who had been targeted just 10 times all season after halftime and a really positive sign about the Cowboys' willingness to keep looking in Bryant's direction even after he makes a mistake.
That's not a signal they've been sendin...