Dez Bryant tantrum reports seem to be dominating Dallas Cowboys news on Monday (Oct. 28). A report about the Bryant tantrum has the wide receiver defending his sideline actions during the game on Sunday (Oct. 27). His description of what took place seems to contradict what was visible to the cameras that had zoomed in on a possible confrontation with quarterback Tony Romo.
There was more than one instance where the wide receiver seemed to be going at it with teammates and coaches on the sidelines. One was after a third-down incompletion from Romo to Dwayne Harris in the third quarter and another was with Jason Witten after the Cowboys lost their lead with just 12 seconds left on the clock. Both times he was really animated on the sidelines, making it seem like he was frustrated that he didn't get the ball more often in the game.
Speaking about what took place he stated, "My passion is always positive. It's always positive. It's going to remain the same way. I'm not saying anything wrong. I'm not saying anything bad. It's all positive. That's just what it is." Maybe everyone is just being a good teammate, because nobody contradicted what he had to say in the post-game press conference or on Monday morning.
This latest Dez Bryant tantrum on the sidelines seems like just another distraction for a Dallas Cowboys team that is already unfocused. It is questionable why a player as good as him would only get three catches, because he did turn those plays into 72 yards and two touchdowns. That will likely get debated all week by NFL analysts as everyone weighs in on his behavior as well.
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