Dez Bryant was not arguing or throwing a tantrum rather he was trying to get his team pumped (Proof)
Dez Bryant’s conversation with Romo on the sideline looked from a distance like a wide receiver complaining to his quarterback about his lack of targets (Bryant had just two catches at that point). In reality, Bryant is talking strategy with Romo. NFL Films now released what was said by Bryant clearing his name, just like he said all along.
“We good on that, Tony!” Bryant yells to a serene Romo, seated on the bench. “We the best in the NFL on that. We the best in the NFL!”
Bryant told the reporters that ecerything he said was positive and he was not lying. Some people need to hush and find out the details before reporting. Even you Brian Billick who said this:
“If I’m the coach of the Cowboys you have to get this under control,” said NFL Media’s Brian Billick, who called the game for Fox. “This temper tantrum, I don’t know what else to call it, Dez Bryant, want to help your team? Grow up.”
Next time Brian, Shut Up.