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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’
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Former Cowboys legend Drew Pearson called out Dez Bryant for the receiver's disappointing performance throughout the season.
Dallas Cowboys officials, their fans, fantasy football owners, commentators, analysts, area beat writers and so many others have sat prone waiting for one similar event.
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Former Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson is never shy about his general dislike for Dez Bryant. Although Bryant is only in his third NFL season, Pearson rips him like he’s a draft bust who has no chance of turning it around. Last Season, the Dallas legend blasted Dez for not finishing games. Earlier this week, he basically said Bryant hasn’t earned the right to wear the No....
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The Cowboys have had two great receivers, Drew Pearson and Michael Irvin, who wore No. 88. They have a receiver now, Dez Bryant, who wears No. 88 and has the talent to be great. But Pearson doesn’t think Bryant is living up to his talent. After Bryant’s drops crippled the Cowboys’ offense on Monday night...
As our favorite angry Cowboys fan points out, the Cowboys are expecting inconsistency to regulate inconsistency. Jason Garrett seems to put together a greatly successful game plan one weekend, but then he follows it with a laughable one just a week later. Dez Bryant is accused of inconsistency, but his quarterback, Tony Romo, follows moments of brilliance with moments of incredible...
Cowboys legend: Dez Bryant not living up to my number.
The Dallas Cowboys are back to their inconsistent ways through the first quarter of the 2012 season. Let’s take a look at 10 things that can help them moving forward now and in the future.
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Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman regularly defend Tony Romo, making it seem like there's a brotherhood among those that have quarterbacked the Dallas Cowboys.
But the wide receiver position doesn't share that same brotherhood when it comes to Drew Pearson and Dez Bryant.
Pearson had been critical of Bryant throughout his first two years with the Cowboys, and Year Three looks...
The Cowboys, Lions, Raiders and Buccaneers are all on bye this week. That means players like Dez Bryant, Vincent Jackson, Calvin Johnson, Tony Romo, and Matthew Stafford are not available this week. These are some substantially bigger names than we were missing last week so playing matchups with your backup players becomes far more important.
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This is going to be a long brutal stretch for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys (2-2) head into their bye week after Tony Romo's five interceptions in a 34-18 loss to Chicago.
Coach Jason Garrett says the team certainly wishes it could play again right away for a chance to erase the bad taste.
Their only practice before a four-day weekend break will be Wednesday.
The Dallas Cowboys mercifully have a bye this week, giving Jason Garrett & Co. a chance to regroup in time for a Week 6 game at Baltimore.The other three teams in the NFC East all play at 1 p.m. on Sunday, with two of them playing at home and one on the road.Here are 5 THINGS TO WATCH FOR as the NFC East heads into Week 5 of the 2012 season.Can Vick continue to torment Pittsburgh...