Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/19/14

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant says his pair of sideline confrontations with teammates during Sunday’s 31-30 loss to the Detroit Lions was “all good passion.” Bryant was seen yelling at quarterback Tony Romo after a third-down incompletion, and then at tight end Jason Witten after the Lions’ go-ahead touchdown with 12 seconds remaining. “My passion is always positive,” said Bryant, via ESPN. “It’s always positive. It’s going to remain the same way. I’m not saying anything wrong. I’m not saying anything bad. It’s all positive. 

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4 Comments:
  • People are such "drama-queens" these days. If Cowboys are fine with Dez Bryant...Who the hell are we to question it? Sit back and watch the damn game!
  • Why are people mad at DEZ? he is the only person one the sideline that cares they lose games they should win. He is their best player watching the other team feed their best player and beat them with 5 TURNOVERS.

    Someone had to say it. A TE is not going to win a SB it takes RBs and WRs to move the ball and score. FEED DEZ THE BALL!!! Keep protecting whitten and he will have more and more 1200 yd seasons with only 2 TDs.
  • No Dez, it might be passion but it is not "good passion". I can just see a display like that happening when Tom Landry was coach. NOT! I think you should be fined.
  • I don't quite agree that Dez is the cowboys' BEST player, although he is one of their best ones. What about Sean Lee or DeMarcus Ware?
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