Dez Bryant doesn’t care what people think of his sideline screaming

AP

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was, as is so often the case, screaming at teammates and coaches on the sideline during Thursday night’s win at Chicago. Bryant knows that some people interpret his sideline antics as a sign that he’s a bad teammate. But Bryant doesn’t care what those people think.

“[Expletive] no, I do not care,” Bryant said, via the Dallas Morning News. “Because I know I’m not doing anything wrong. They don’t know what’s going on. I can’t care less. They ain’t on no sidelines. Nobody’s on the sidelines with us. The only thing they’re waiting for us to do is take an L so they can talk a bunch of [expletive] about us. ‘Oh, the same old Cowboys in December.’ C’mon, man. Ain’t none of that. We’re going to take advantage of what we need to take advantage of. I don’t give a [expletive] who films it. That’s the truth. That’s the truth. That’s how I feel. As long as we get the W, that’s the only thing that matters. Put that [expletive] down.”

Bryant swore for emphasis and asked that his swearing be printed, although we’re going to decline that request.

“Put my whole cuss words in there. I meant that. We’re trying to do something big here. That’s the only thing that matters,” Bryant said.

What matters is that the Cowboys are 9-4, and Bryant is a big part of that. Everything else is [expletive].

126 responses to “Dez Bryant doesn’t care what people think of his sideline screaming

  1. If you are passionate about what you do for living than you can relate, if you sit in an office cubicle and take orders from a clown boss yes tell me how this kid is out of control.

    Oh yea Scandrick blew up on the whole defense on the sideline and he backed it up with a game sealing int to serve Cutler his first loss to the Cowboys.
    Onward to Philly.

  2. Lighten up Francis…it was just the Bears.
    Do the same thing to Philly next week and you might have something worth screaming about.

  3. I’ll never get why fans get so upset with the sight of a player yelling at his teammates. Fans have criticized Tom Brady for it for years and it made no sense. It’s the most emotional sport on the planet. Do you want them to put their heads down on their desks in between series? When a player is playing at the level Dez Bryant is just shut up and let him stick with what works.

  4. I respect his passion, his desire to win, but I’ve been on teams with guys like that. After awhile (a short while, at that) it just becomes noise.

    From the lack of reactions he’s getting, guys mostly turning the other way or ignoring him, it looks like most of his teammates have tuned him out, while others have decided that his rants make it okay for them to rant, too (see Scandrick comma Orlando: hey Orlando, not much faith in your team’s ability to hold that lead, huh?).

    Fun stuff in the big D.

  5. What is wrong with this guy? Why is he always so angry, then spins it into he’s just being passionate and everyone else is just hating. This is getting very old

  6. Not exactly ideal, but would you rather have a guy on the team showing passion or a Jay Cutler sitting by himself, looking like he couldn’t care less if they win or lose? I’d take the screamer anyday.

  7. As a fan who has seen every Cowboy game since 1998, we need a little fire on the sideline. I say good for him, I wish we had 5 other guys just like him.

  8. Patskrieg dot com says:

    I’ll never get why fans get so upset with the sight of a player yelling at his teammates. Fans have criticized Tom Brady for it for years and it made no sense. It’s the most emotional sport on the planet. Do you want them to put their heads down on their desks in between series? When a player is playing at the level Dez Bryant is just shut up and let him stick with what works.
    ======================
    It’s a double-standard, too. Just ask Derek Anderson about laughing on the sidelines during MNF.

  9. Alright, he’s passionate, that’s great.

    I’m passionate about my job too, and I’m also pretty damn good at it. But I’m pretty sure I’d be fired if I screamed at anyone who wasn’t doing as good of a job as I wanted

    Although it would be nice to do once in a while.

  10. The only thing more disgusting than the Bears defense was watching this clown carry on. A teammate is singlehandedly wrecking your opponent in a blowout win and all you can do is rant cause you’re not getting your touches? Seriously… grow up, son.

  11. if you want to put a stop to it the solution is real simple. Sign Drew Bledsoe. He doesn’t tolerate that kind of behavior

  12. therealtrenches say’s:
    “I respect his passion, his desire to win, but I’ve been on teams with guys like that. After awhile (a short while, at that) it just becomes noise.

    From the lack of reactions he’s getting, guys mostly turning the other way or ignoring him, it looks like most of his teammates have tuned him out, while others have decided that his rants make it okay for them to rant, too (see Scandrick comma Orlando: hey Orlando, not much faith in your team’s ability to hold that lead, huh?).

    Fun stuff in the big D.”

    So what’s the POINT in your rant??? And you’ve been on TEAM(S), yeah right!! Orlando was mad at the prevent defense that NEVER works, I don’t blame.

  13. Someone said he isn’t impressed with Dez and his role model ability earlier.

    Hilarious.

    It’s your job to raise your kids, not Dez Bryants.

    I hope my kids see the fire in a guy like that and bring that same passion with to the gridiron (if it’s still around) when they get a chance.

    You play to win the game with emotion, heart, and intensity. Then again, how would most of you know that…

  14. And that’s why you’re not very good when you don’t care. You should only care if you want to be the best, not only on the field but also off the field. Bad attitude with bad personality, just another TO.

  15. Talented receiver. But an immature, unintelligent, classless, selfish person. You can be passionate about winning and your team without acting like an idiot. I know its rare, but its possible.

  16. I don’t understand why people comment on what happens on a sideline for any team!

    Nobody truly knows what is being said!

    Dez got bashed for keeping quiet and going to the locker room!

    Every team just wishes they had a dez

  17. I don’t care what he said, and I don’t care if it was grammatically incorrect. I’m just happy he said, “I can’t care less” as opposed to “I could care less.” Ecstatic…

  18. If everyone was going Dez Bryant on the sidelines that alone would be worth the price of admission.

    But one or two guys who do that is OK, as long as it’s a balance of positives and negatives.

    Been on teams where one guy decided that leadership meant yelling about all kinds of negative stuff pretty much all the time. It got real old and real divisive.

  19. Lol he’s been doing this for like TWO YEARS so why is it a problem now? Role model, cry baby com’on people get a clue, he’s not going to stop and then there will be someone else that comes along after him. Just wake up

  20. Absolutely nothing wrong with intensity and passion. The guy can play too. It’s called caring. I’ll take him on my team if you don’t want him.

  21. There’s no “I” in “Dez”, nor a “Me”.

    There is a “Me” in “RGMe,” though. Consider that.

  22. Nothing wrong with passion. I’d rather have a team of 53 complainers than a team of 53 calm guys any day. Sandrick had a passionate moment as well, but he’s not a star so no one says anything about his rant.

  23. To say he’s got his team’s best interests in mind is a complete joke. Up by 20+ points, 4th quarter and he’s p.o.’d that Murray is still running the ball, killing clock and the coaches aren’t calling passes to him. Trade him to a pass-first offense where he can get his 15 targets every game, but lose regularly… his passion is for his own stats, anyway.

  24. Funny how Michael Irvin did the same thing and they won. After they lost Irvin they lost the emotional leader and never replaced him. I’m glad to see players with fire and passion. Oh by the way I think Michael is doing television. Maybe Dez will one day as well.

  25. Remember when TO used to yell and he was a “cancer”…this gets overlooked on some level due to him being good (so was TO) and them winning but it wont be forever..

  26. makes no sense when football fans say “this guy is annoying”, and “what a role model”, and “this guy can’t speak in public”.

    what does 88 being ‘annoying’ have to do with anything? he is a football player .. is he a good football player? then enjoy his football playing .. there are all kinds of personalities in this world .. what does him being ‘annoying’ to you have to do with anything?

    btw .. he articulates himself much better than a lot of you fans do .. notice the correct usage of “i can’t care less” .. he used that phrase CORRECTLY. and notice his correct usage of contraction, better than a lot of the commenters here.

  27. Why do 49ers and Seahawks fans complain so much? Don’t worry they will cover your team after 12PM EST when your fans have woken back up from their wake and bake session

  28. kobesnotmike23 says:
    Dec 5, 2014 11:04 AM
    The only thing good Mcdaniels did while in Denver is draft demarius Thomas over this drama queen.

    DT is better and not nearly of a distraction.
    ___________________________________
    Let me know if DT gets a TD this week so he can catch up with Dez

  29. drwang13 says:Dec 5, 2014 10:59 AM

    Classy role model for kids…
    ================================

    If you’re still letting your kids look up to football players as role models, then that’s a poor reflection on you as a parent.

    Instead, how about giving them other people that they can look up to and aspire to be like: scientists, inventors, creators, innovators, etc; instead of just guys that are big and can run fast and catch a ball?

    Football players aren’t meant to be role models, they’re just meant to entertain us by bludgeoning each other into semi-consciousness.

  30. In the absence of leadership, loud becomes leadership. This is more of an idictment on the senior leadership on that team. Romo, witten, Carr, Spencer. I love what bryant and scandrick are trying to bring to the cowboys but I do not love the way they do it. How we lead when we are young often changes as we get older and learn how to handle people and situations better. They will figure it out.

    that being said if I’m in a foxhole and need two guys from the cowboys, I am getting scandrick and bryant first. Look at what sealed that game last night Bryant jumping out of the stadium to get the on side kick that escobar previously couldn’t handle and scandrick intercepting the ball in the endzone. They talked the talk and walked the walk. now everyone else needs to follow.

    this isn’t an office setting people. It is a place where you eat or be eaten. This is acceptable on the sidelines of a nfl team. They have the right target. They just need to use a different arrow to deliver the message and create passion and not chaos.

  31. It doesn’t matter what this animated moron says. He and his sad little team is going to get destroyed next week in Philly. Its great talk tough playing against a bad team team.

  32. I think you’re missing the point here. Tom Brady freaks out when the game is close and in danger of losing or are losing at the time. Dez freaks out when they have the game in the bag only need to run out the clock and pissed he’s not getting his personal stats. Comparisons make no sense.

  33. “packfant24 says: Dec 5, 2014 11:06 AM

    Not exactly ideal, but would you rather have a guy on the team showing passion or a Jay Cutler sitting by himself, looking like he couldn’t care less if they win or lose? I’d take the screamer anyday.”

    Um, why does it have to be one extreme or the other?

    Its not too much to ask this guy to behave more professionally, does anyone really think his ranting and raving on the sideline improves his team mates play?

    Its childish, boorish behavior, nothing more.

  34. I think a lot of people are missing the point here. He was mad beacause the def was bleeding badly and he wanted to close the game out. He wanted to go for the jugular and not play for the field goal which makes it a two td game, which is what the book says to do there. He is trying to instill killer instinct in this team. That is why he was mad. Great players want the ball late in games. they always think they can win the game for the team. Dez is no different. Love the passion. He just needs to hone it in a little.

  35. Dez was upset after the team was forced to kick a redzone field goal. I think he was upset and annoyed by the conservative approach and really want to put the game away. I have no problem with it. I had no problem with Brady cursing on the sidelines last week either. I would rather see Dez on the sidelines trying to amp up the team than to see him adopt Jay Cutler’s “I don’t really care about anything” attitude.

  36. I agree Phila….I was gonna ask: when was he screaming last night? I turned the game off when they were up 28 points and hadnt seen any screaming. So…what in the world could this guy be yelling about at that point???

    I get it: I have no problem with passion and yes, Brady does it ON OCCASION…this is becoming a weekly soap opera.

  37. doomsdaydefensetx says:
    Dec 5, 2014 10:57 AM
    If you are passionate about what you do for living than you can relate, if you sit in an office cubicle and take orders from a clown boss yes tell me how this kid is out of control.

    Oh yea Scandrick blew up on the whole defense on the sideline and he backed it up with a game sealing int to serve Cutler his first loss to the Cowboys.
    Onward to Philly.
    ———————————

    I don’t care what he does on the sidelines. But his aggressive behavior and statements don’t even make sense. Why was he screaming? They were destroying the pathetic Bears and things were going well for them. Being excited and passionate is understandable, just as being angry and passionate is if things aren’t going well. But why the temper tantrum last night? Weird.

  38. bassplucker says:
    Dec 5, 2014 11:13 AM
    The only thing more disgusting than the Bears defense was watching this clown carry on. A teammate is singlehandedly wrecking your opponent in a blowout win and all you can do is rant cause you’re not getting your touches? Seriously… grow up, son.
    ———————-

    Exactly, and I’m not even a Bears fan. The team was playing well. And this clown is on the sidelines throwing a fit. How do you think that feels to Cole Beasley? Murray?

  39. If you want to be seen not heard, yell. If you want to be heard and understood….speak intelligently and calmly. I don’t think calm and intelligent will be in the same sentence as “Dez” anytime soon.

  40. Tick…..tick…..tick…

    The best part of Dez is that his antics have NO effect on anyone on the DALLAS sideline. His act is worn thin. When teammates tune you out like it appears there is much more to the story.

    Monthly visits by the police to Case Dez Koo-koo Bryant
    20 players out all night in London
    No contract extension in sight
    Jerry saying little to nothing (read $$$ to Murray not Dez)
    Nobody paying him any mind

    TICK…..TICK…..TICK….

  41. Dez is close to being the best WR in the NFL. It could be argued that Demaryius has a better QB throwing better passes. However, Dez also has the capacity to inspire others to contribute more.
    What many see as boorish and annoying is actually inspiring and motivating to most Cowboy teammates and fans.
    Where some teams saw Dez as a risk and refused the opportunity to draft him. Jerry Jones identified Dez’s supreme talent and helped improve his off field behavior.
    So kudos to Jerry as owner/GM on helping to shape him.

  42. gonzagylot00 says:
    Dec 5, 2014 11:12 AM
    Alright, he’s passionate, that’s great.

    I’m passionate about my job too, and I’m also pretty damn good at it. But I’m pretty sure I’d be fired if I screamed at anyone who wasn’t doing as good of a job as I wanted

    Although it would be nice to do once in a while.
    ———
    I’m also sure if most supervisors said or screamed half the things coaches did to their players they would be out of a job and the company would get sued. The NFL atmosphere and work environment is vastly different from yours.

  43. ___________________________________
    Bigbenh8er
    Let me know if DT gets a TD this week so he can catch up with dez
    _____________________________________________

    DT= 88 receptions, 1255 receiving yards and 10 TDs

    Dez= 73 receptions, 1034 receiving yards and 10 TDs

    Looks like Dez has some catching up to do.

  44. Why is this news? The only reason this is even a topic is because of who it is and who he plays for. He was mad cause he wanted a TD to put the game away not a FG. Why is that a problem? And it sounds like he was also mad about all the 8-8 talk as well. I don’t blame him for getting tired of it. And all you people who want to criticize his passion or even his grammar really need to shut up cause y’all don’t know anything about what was said all you care about is who said it. Didn’t he get criticized for going off against Detroit last year? And when the audio was released it turned out he didn’t say anything like what people speculated

  45. Why should he care about what “other” people have to say about the Cowboys? I am reminded of the Detroit game last year when Dez “Went Off” on the coaches and players, and had to be “scolded” by Jason Witten. Analyst such as Brian Billick were being very harsh with their criticism as to what it appear Dez was doing. Then after watching Inside the NFL, and hearing the “Mic’d Up” Dez, people couldn’t have been more wrong about Dez. These same “analyst” who predicted a 6-10 record for the Cowboys this year btw.

  46. The cowboys were up 35-7 got conservative and almost let the bears make it a one score game. They had plenty of chances to ice the game down the stretch but decided on milking the clock. That’s why Dez was screaming and I can see his point. (says the Dez fantasy owner)

  47. The question isn’t “what do fans think of his antics”, it’s “what do his team mates think.” The way I read it from sideline reactions is, not very much.

  48. I love the moronic Cowboy fans that make excuses and talk about his “passion” and how “driven he is to win”. Listen mouth breathers, think of it this way. Lets say you slow, un-athletic, uncoordinated, dumb lovers of the star, somehow got magically blessed with the talent to play in the NFL. And because he’s a horrible GM, Jerruh signs you to play with Dez the Mess. All of the guys that get to that level were stars at some point in their career. Do you think that it would be ok for this moron to be screaming repeatedly at you and your teammates about how to do your job with the ego you’ve developed? Even though said clown has never won anything and has no business telling you how to focus on your job? That is why it cracks me up to hear these small minded Cowpoke fans acting like he is representing “our passion”. Do you realize how stupid you sound? Also how annoying it would be to have this mental midget as your teammate? Its hysterical for the level thinking people to see him go off and to have his halfwit supporters speak on his behalf. It’s fine, congratulations on finally getting 9 wins guys! Philly is going to destroy Dez and company next week and then it’ll be a struggle to win another game. I’m just here to educate you short straws that believe this is somehow a positive display by a small minded player. You’re welcomed

  49. remamber when you media guys were all over Bryant after one game for yelling “negative” stuff at teammates on the sideline and then they played the audio and none of it was negative at all? Looks like you guys would learn, but nahhhh.

    And as for you people saying you would get fired for doing that on your job, you know what else would get you fired? Tackling people and throwing footballs all around the office. You figure it out.

  50. packfant24 says:
    Dec 5, 2014 11:06 AM
    Not exactly ideal, but would you rather have a guy on the team showing passion or a Jay Cutler sitting by himself, looking like he couldn’t care less if they win or lose? I’d take the screamer anyday.

    ==================================

    EXACTLY what I was thinking packfan. I have seen the Bears play some of the worst football they have ever played this year, and I keep wondering what Peyton or Brady would be doing on the sidelines in similiar situations. MAYBE, its not cool to scream all the time but for crying out loud act like losing matters a LITTLE!!!!

  51. Why should anyone care? Dude’s talking to his teammates. And they’re grown men. I’m sure if one of them didn’t like what he was saying, they’d tell him to shut up or clock him one. He certainly doesn’t need a bunch of dudes behind keyboards telling him the correct way to be a competitor at that level. It’s rarely guys that actually played the game calling him out for this type of stuff. It’s always geeks, 9 to 5’ers and former high school jocks who never made it to the show. Enough already. An elite professional athlete trying to motivate his teammates on the sideline is a non-story, even on a slow sports day.

  52. This guy needs to go away…These diva WR’s rarely have an impact on Super Bowl championship teams.Check the history on that.Aside from Jerry Rice,this is a QB driven league.Everything else is fluff.

  53. You’re an idiot if you think he was mad because murray was running and he wasn’t getting his stats. The team was becoming complacent, easing up, and losing their big lead somehow. Someone needed to get them fired back up. Fools will always need something to talk about…

  54. igotgamenj says:
    Dec 5, 2014 11:10 AM
    There Is No “I” In Team
    —————————–

    “There ain’t no ‘we’ either” – Dez “Leon” Bryant

  55. I have been a Cowboys fan since Dandy Don was their qb. I think Dez is a great talent. That being said, I think he is a diva and a soon -to-be major cancer to this team. I hope they trade him soon.

  56. He was pissed because they were running the ball on every play, even 3rd & long in the redzone and the game wasn’t completely in the bag yet. Can’t say that I blame him, a td and another on-side kick could have beaten them, unlikely as it was. I’m sure they know this, but they are going to run Murray into the ground. 40 some touches in today’s NFL is a little ridiculous.

  57. I do admit, I get tired of seeing Dez and Jason Witten on the sidelines screaming like a bunch of school kids. To me, Dez is doing the same thing TO did back in the day. Dez is equaled to a fiery teammate and TO got run off. Whats the difference here? Anyway, you can scream and stomp but so much. Dez is a ham and he likes to be on the camera. Dez thinks he is Michael Irvin v2. So be it. But there will be a point, especially if Dallas fails to accomplish anything, that his act will get old. I guess the Dallas front office has more patience with Dez than with TO.

  58. Man, this guy is annoying. It was clear he was upset that he wasn’t getting the ball. To be honest, too, he was open on almost EVERY route he ran. However, the best leaders lead with their actions and not their words. So happy to have a guy like Maclin on the Eagles and not this temper tantrum throwing tool.

  59. nflrule says:
    Dec 5, 2014 1:27 PM
    This guy needs to go away…These diva WR’s rarely have an impact on Super Bowl championship teams.Check the history on that.Aside from Jerry Rice,this is a QB driven league.Everything else is fluff.
    __________________________________
    Idiotic. I guess you forgot about Michael Irvin.
    3 of the last 10 superbowls have had WRs as the MVP.
    The Eagles would have won their first super bowl if their QUARTERBACK didn’t start puking on the field and could have kept throwing the ball to TO who had 100 yards on a broken ankle.

  60. jucam1 says:
    Dec 5, 2014 1:14 PM
    I love the moronic Cowboy fans that make excuses and talk about his “passion” and how “driven he is to win”. Listen mouth breathers, think of it this way. Lets say you slow, un-athletic, uncoordinated, dumb lovers of the star, somehow got magically blessed with the talent to play in the NFL. And because he’s a horrible GM, Jerruh signs you to play with Dez the Mess. All of the guys that get to that level were stars at some point in their career. Do you think that it would be ok for this moron to be screaming repeatedly at you and your teammates about how to do your job with the ego you’ve developed? Even though said clown has never won anything and has no business telling you how to focus on your job? That is why it cracks me up to hear these small minded Cowpoke fans acting like he is representing “our passion”. Do you realize how stupid you sound? Also how annoying it would be to have this mental midget as your teammate? Its hysterical for the level thinking people to see him go off and to have his halfwit supporters speak on his behalf. It’s fine, congratulations on finally getting 9 wins guys! Philly is going to destroy Dez and company next week and then it’ll be a struggle to win another game. I’m just here to educate you short straws that believe this is somehow a positive display by a small minded player. You’re welcomed
    ______________

    Good job, you clearly have a grasp of the entire fan base of this team.

    You sir, are part of what is wrong with America today, we can have a difference of opinion and still respect the intellect and position of those we oppose. Or at least some of us can.

  61. I can’t wait to watch him cycle through all five stages of grief when the Eagles annihilate Dallas at the Linc.

  62. zack2482 says:Dec 5, 2014 11:38 AM

    seahawkz4life says:Dec 5, 2014 11:02 AM

    He’s annoying
    ___________________

    And Sherman isn’t?
    ————-
    Dont you ever talk about the best

  63. pacificdan says:
    Dec 5, 2014 3:06 PM
    ____________________
    Come up with your own commentary instead of stealing your stuff from Deadspin and Drew Magery internet tough guy

  64. @ tippyteo says:

    “ain’t on no”
    How about you translate that passion towards proper grammar and diction”.

    How about you say that to his face? We will see what type of “diction and grammar” you care about at that point.

    And by the way, starting a sentence with “How about” is in the form of a question, and requires a question mark at the end of it. You know, for the sake of proper grammar and diction.

  65. As a Dallas fan, I would rather have Dez and Orlando yelling than be a Chicago fan and have Cutler shrug everything off…

  66. @ jjackwagon

    “Has Dallas beaten a team with a winning record this year? I can’t think of one”.

    There you go thinking again. It looks like it is of no help to you.

    But here’s an answer to your question – Seattle – 8-4.

    But you know, does it really matter if the teams you play have winning records? No. You play whatever team the NFL schedule makers put in front of you. What matters is two-fold, and it goes like this:

    1) You win enough games to get into the playoffs to give yourself a shot.
    2) Win the SB.

    Those are the only two things that truly matter in the NFL, as far as this fan is concerned.

  67. bigbenh8tr says:
    Dec 5, 2014 3:59 PM

    pacificdan says:
    Dec 5, 2014 3:06 PM
    ____________________
    Come up with your own commentary instead of stealing your stuff from Deadspin and Drew Magery internet tough guy

    _________

    Well, I admit I know what Deadspin is but until I just searched for him I didn’t know who Drew Magery or Drew Magary is but um…. ok. I thought my commentary was more towards the opposite end of ITG status. Either way, I sincerely hope you have a nice weekend.

  68. expect nothing less from this dude after beating another bad team. they can have a month off to prepare for the eagles and it would not matter. eagles just needs to win out and cowgirls might not even make the playoffs!!!!

  69. My concern is why the media (ie. cameras) focused on him so often.

    I’m fairly confident if last night’s cameras ignored his going back forth, folks wouldn’t be saying some of the foolish thongs being said here.

  70. I am never going to pull for cowboys, against my nature!!! Eagles know they are the better team, prove it against Seahawks and then win rest of your games and you are division champs!!! Good Luck Sproles and Malcolm Jenkins (2 former Saints)!!!!

  71. @ jsrdc

    While you do have to play the games that are on the schedule THAT DOES NOT MEAN they get a cookie or credit for beating dat loser team that every team beats, such as Bears in this case. Everyone knew this game was going to go this way that’s why I didn’t bother to watch.

    Now once a team gets into the playoffs the true weaknesses of the team if they have one will show. So congrats on this “win” but it might now matter in the long run!!!!

    you can mention my saints having a losing record so why comment, but i am just speaking truth.
    yes our division is having a down year but that’s not our fault just like it’s not cowboys fault they have beaten teams with losing records. but congrats on beating seahawks, 1 playoff team! woohoo

  72. @jucam. A few things. First off do you know how dumb you sound? Bashing the whole cowboy fan base? I understand as an eagles fan you have issues stemming from your team lack of championship success but putting down me and other cowboys will not bring your team a Super Bowl as apparently nothing will. If we were true idiots we’d be….well eagles fans defending our teams history as chokers when it really matters. Second off Jerry is a bad GM? Real original haven’t heard that before. None of us are saying he’s great at it he hasn’t always made the smartest moves but then again what GM has? The man still has more Lombardis than the eagles organization as a whole. You’ll trip over one laying loose in his living room before you’ll see one displayed in Lurie’s office. Third off the season ain’t over yet I’m glad you and the rest the half wits who root for that sorry excuse of a team are enjoying the win cause with a 6-0 road record Dallas’ next stop is Philly. I look forward to seeing what you and the rest of the morons have to say next Monday.

  73. He learned the rant role model from many previous receivers who only care about there own stats and not the team and winning. Last night a field goal made it 4 scores for the bears to overcome to tie. He wanted to pass into the endzone and give him a chance for a td. Its all about him and his contract stipulations.

  74. Saint fans still talking trash… REALLY???Also remember this is not college FB, where strength of schedule matters. The Cowboys can’t help that teams like the Saints and Giants suck this year!! We did however go TO Seattle (where no one ever wins) and whip the hawks, right??

  75. whodatgirl504 says: Dec 5, 2014 5:58 PM

    @ jsrdc

    “While you do have to play the games that are on the schedule THAT DOES NOT MEAN they get a cookie or credit for beating dat loser team that every team beats, such as Bears in this case. Everyone knew this game was going to go this way that’s why I didn’t bother to watch”

    You are right – it doesn’t mean they get a cookie. They couldn’t if they wanted to – Rob Ryan doesn’t share, and he holds all the cookies. You are welcome for him, BTW.

    “Now once a team gets into the playoffs the true weaknesses of the team if they have one will show. So congrats on this “win” but it might now matter in the long run!!!!”

    I recall the Giants limping in and won tough road games to get to the SB only beat a Patriots team that was unstoppable offensively in the regular season. Teams can get hot at different times, and it is happening all the time. But why would I expect you to know this?

    “You can mention my saints having a losing record so why comment, but i am just speaking truth.
    yes our division is having a down year but that’s not our fault just like it’s not cowboys fault they have beaten teams with losing records. but congrats on beating Seahawks, 1 playoff team! woohoo”.

    I don’t have to mention your Saints & their losing record – it speaks for itself. Your division is having a down year? I thought the 7-9 winning division record of the Seahawks several years ago was bad. 6-10 could be the winning record for that division.

    Don’t hate. This is a team sport, and the Cowboys are just a better performing team. PERIOD.

  76. Anyone else notice that although he lacks an ability to speak English properly that he still used “can’t care less” properly?! I love it when people use it correctly instead of saying “I could care less” implying they already care a great deal.

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