Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 10/4/12

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 14: Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after his first quarter touchdown reception against the New York Giants was confirmed by video replay on November 14, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is sitting on the brink right now.

Of what, is totally up to him.

Bryant can be a star of star if he wants.

Bryant can be an also ran out of the NFL in 4 years.

It’s totally up to him and the attitude he brings to the game.

The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is totally pleased with Bryant’s attitude.

“Dez has a great attitude,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday. “He has a great attitude in practice and meetings and certainly during the game. He’s very passionate about the game and we love that, we love passion in our players, and we love passion in our team.

“But Dez is a guy who is learning the game, is understanding things. I thought the communication was really good in responding to what happened on that particular play, and I thought our team responded well.”


For his part, Dez isn’t stressing over question about his attitude and emotions.

“Everybody knows this is a long season,” Bryant said. “We’d be crazy if we continue to stress over this instead of just trying to get better and get past this. I feel like we are mentally tough and we’re going to get through it and we’re going to get ready for Baltimore.”


Great attitude to have Dez.



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