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Dez Bryant

Name me one player in the NFL who has ever done this?

At some point in our lives, every one of us has done what Dez Bryant did on Sunday. We’ve grabbed our toys and gone home. (I never ever did this in my life)

That being said, we probably didn’t turn our backs on an entire team in doing so.

With over a minute left in the fourth quarter of the game between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers, the Cowboys’ most talented player headed down the tunnel.



It wasn’t due to injury or fatigue. Bryant left the field because he was “emotional” and didn’t want to watch the final seconds tick off on a gut-churning loss.



Bryant’s decision to leave the game early is just the latest show of emotion for a young, ridiculously talented man with a tendency to let his passion get the better of him. His sideline tirades are well-documented, but this last move touched a nerve for NFL fans and critics
Nightrider

I'm sorry you stay till the end, and then you leave with dignity with your comrades.

You never as a man do this, but the Cowboys will make excuses for this boy again, he sure as hell isn't a man.

This place is like a graveyard today, but hell a few beers and I got over it drunken
El Kabong

FORT WORTH — Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said Monday morning that he regrets leaving the field with 1:21 left in Sunday’s 37-36 loss to Green Bay at AT&T Stadium but he didn’t want to show his emotions on the sideline.

Bryant, speaking during one of the Cowboys’ hospital visits at Cook Children’s, said he went inside the locker room and cried.

Bryant left the field after Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw his second fourth-quarter interception to ensure the Packers would win by taking a knee three times to complete a 23-point second-half rally.

“I was wrong, but I wasn’t looking at it in that kind of way. It didn’t have anything to do with my teammates,” Bryant said. “I just couldn’t watch Green Bay kneel it down after a loss like that.”

Asked if he just got caught up in an emotional moment, Bryant said it was “very emotional.”

“I cried when I got into the locker room, and I didn’t want to show that obviously on the sideline,” Bryant said.

“I’m a team guy. I extremely, extremely apologize for leaving, but my teammates and coaches understand. I’m a very emotional player and we didn’t finish. It had nothing to do with my teammates. We fought. I couldn’t watch Green Bay kneel that ball down.

“Of course it’s disappointing and everybody is going to be frustrated about the way that we lost, but at the end of the day, we still have a chance.”

This Dude needs to Man up, Fing crybaby
Desperado

A new Diva is born, for every great catch he misses 2-3, doesn't have the ability to get open. This guy will never be a T.O. with his ability, but he is a cancer already.

Trade this guy and look like a genius, if in fact anybody else will have him.
LoneStar

I thought about this all day, Damn I have more important things to do lmao.

Trade this *****, I'm tired of watching this crybaby, he'll never be that great, and the Cowboys are just baby sitting this guy.
BluenSilver4evr

I love the players and I'm tired of people talking about the guys who gave it all for the  Boys

Get rid of this guy,he thinks he is a H of Famer, not ever going to happen.
Nightrider

Trade the Bioatch
Hawk

If he were coaching the Cowboys today, Hall of Famer John Madden said he would have reeled in wide receiver Dez Bryant before his emotional early exit last week.

But he also knows because the way Bryant has been handled up to this point, that particular cow(boy) is out of the barn.

“There’s no excuse for it,” Madden told Rich Gannon and Adam Schein on SiriusXM NFL Radio (via the Dallas Morning News). “Because he’s such a good player, we’re all going to make excuses for him. What he did was wrong.”

Asked what he would have told Bryant, Madden began with “Get your butt back here.”

“There are some things that you let go, and then when things go poorly, you can’t pull them back,” Madden said. “Dez Bryant has been in and out of the doghouse and I don’t know if they ever got him straight. They were a little lax on him when he first came in as a rookie. Maybe they let him do things they shouldn’t have, things that they have to live with now.”

The coddling of Bryant early on can certainly create the sense that there’s a different set of rules for him. And some of the behavior he’s displayed makes it appear he very much believes that, and can explain it away by being “emotional,” as if others aren’t
BevoMav

I was upset with Dez until I heard why he left the field. He said he left because he didn't want people to see him cry.
Hawk

BevoMav wrote:
I was upset with Dez until I heard why he left the field. He said he left because he didn't want people to see him cry.


Thereb is no crying in Football
BevoMav

Hawk wrote:
BevoMav wrote:
I was upset with Dez until I heard why he left the field. He said he left because he didn't want people to see him cry.


There is no crying in Football


When I posted this I wondered which ***** would tell me there is no crying in football. Glad it was my ***** buddy. I might have had to ignore if from someone else.. cheers
BevoMav

So I **** down to ***** and **** a chicken. Then I **** it and **** on top of that. Later I ******* in a bottle of coke and then I ****** a hunk of brick out of my *****.

No that's what I **** a funny **** ***** **** story?

You ***** agree?
Nightrider

BevoMav wrote:
Hawk wrote:
BevoMav wrote:
I was upset with Dez until I heard why he left the field. He said he left because he didn't want people to see him cry.


There is no crying in Football


When I posted this I wondered which ***** would tell me there is no crying in football. Glad it was my ***** buddy. I might have had to ignore if from someone else.. cheers


Actually El Kabong posted it before you did in this same thread. But I totally agree with what Madden said, when is enough enough.
Desperado

Dez was the last one to get on the Bus from the Hotel, everybody else was on the Bus waiting for him.

Then after the game while walking down the tunnel to the locker room he is screaming and using 4 letter words at the Cameraman. Plus he had one of his screaming fits again on the sideline.

I'm sorry but this is not the Dez Bryant team its the Cowboys. This is not the way he should be representing the team. You can tell he is embarrassing the whole team with his clown like antics.
Hawk

Desperado wrote:
Dez was the last one to get on the Bus from the Hotel, everybody else was on the Bus waiting for him.

Then after the game while walking down the tunnel to the locker room he is screaming and using 4 letter words at the Cameraman. Plus he had one of his screaming fits again on the sideline.

I'm sorry but this is not the Dez Bryant team its the Cowboys. This is not the way he should be representing the team. You can tell he is embarrassing the whole team with his clown like antics.


Yeah the NFL network was timing him earlier, he made it to the bus with a minute to spare. ESPN already showed his display after the game, unbelievable. I'm sure we will hear about it tomorrow.
beempty

I personally completely agree with and support Dez Bryant.

He is right to have some frustration with the coaching staff and the way things are going on this cursed team.
Granted, he should not have walked off the field, but grant the guy this: he has heart, passion, and plays with some attitude, which is something that this entire team SORELY lacks.
Dez Bryant is not a diva.
If this whole team were like Dez Bryant on the field, we'd be in the Super Bowl.
If Dez Bryant can find away to keep that passion in check on the sidelines - because it has been shown that he is never yelling at the coaches/QB or saying he wants the ball more - then he will be one of the all-time great receivers.


I don't think Dez Bryant is wrong, but if he is, at the very least, he's wrong for all the right reasons
Hawk

I'll be honest with you, something has to change with this guy. He will either change or they will get rid of him.

I don't really care for Jimmy Johnson, but I do like Madden. They both went out of their way to talk about Dez this week. Passion is one thing, and I think you are selling a lot of Cowboys short, because I see guys not giving up.

Yesterday, big plays were made by a number guys, Tyron Smith, Williams, Beasley, Scandrick....and Romo was the star.

You can be a man, and have passion, and not act like a spoiled brat.

By the way I wondered what happened to you, hope all is well with you. You had some action on your thread but never answered anybody.

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