Was Dez Bryant wrong for leaving the field earlier last week? I honestly would have left too, because if you listen to the Sound FX file, he was the only one trying to motivate the Boys. They were steadily looking lost, but Bryant tried to bring a little hope. So today when Bryant was asked if Romo is the franchise quarterback, he made sure he backed his QB.
“That’s our guy,” Bryant said. “We all love him. Things happen. Unfortunate things happen. Those things can be fixed. That’s by staying together.
“If you make a guy feel like you’ve got trust in him, you believe in him and you’re behind him, it makes you go extra hard, just like me. If I’m down and I know I’ve got somebody behind me, keeping me up, you’re going to make me work harder than I worked before. We’re all behind him.”
“He wants to win,” Bryant said. “It’d be different if he didn’t want to win. Everybody would be just lollygagging and going on about their business. But it’s different.
“He wants to win, and we’re going to stay behind him. That’s what we’re going to do. That’s what we want to do. And we believe. We’re just going to continue to keep believing. That’s all we can do.”