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Can we pursue Dez Bryant in the offseason?

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Sure.

If he has a connecting flight at CLT, we should persue him to ensure his departing flight leaves

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fug Dez. Nothing but a cry baby bitch. Don't need that team cancer in the locker room.

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Him and Cam would prob get a long

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If you don't like Dez Bryants attitude you aren't a winner. The Dallas Cowboys and there D is a fu*king joke. Big D? More like Minuscule D 

 

Should he have been happy the last 1:21 or whatever when he walked off

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Dez has maturity and fumbling issues but he has a top-notch work ethic, wants to win at all costs and is talented as hell. We need another guy on offense who HATES losing. I'd pursue him.

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Dez has maturity and fumbling issues but he has a top-notch work ethic, wants to win at all costs and is talented as hell. We need another guy on offense who HATES losing. I'd pursue him.

 

 

If you don't like Dez Bryants attitude you aren't a winner. The Dallas Cowboys and there D is a fu*king joke. Big D? More like Minuscule D 

 

Should he have been happy the last 1:21 or whatever when he walked off

 

 

My sentiments exactly

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If you don't like Dez Bryants attitude you aren't a winner. The Dallas Cowboys and there D is a fu*king joke. Big D? More like Minuscule D 

 

Should he have been happy the last 1:21 or whatever when he walked off

 

You'll have to pardon me if I'm not on board with the "attitude" of a selfish prick who walks off the field and deserts his teammates with time still on the clock, then gives a lame story like "i didn't want people to see me cry".

 

He's not a free agent next year, so we'd have to trade a high pick to get him.  Screw that.  I'd rather use that high pick on a kid coming out of college that doesn't have Bryant's "attitude".

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If you don't like Dez Bryants attitude you aren't a winner. The Dallas Cowboys and there D is a fu*king joke. Big D? More like Minuscule D 

 

Should he have been happy the last 1:21 or whatever when he walked off

If you like his attitude, well you're a moron basically.

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Would his contract be written such that he only plays the complete game when the team is winning, otherwise he can leave?

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Let's be clear on one thing while we're at it.

 

Leaving the field with your team losing and time on the clock is not an example of "intensity",  It's an example of being a whiny, self-centered little b--ch.

 

Nobody is more intense than Steve Smith, and I'd dare anyone to ask Steve Smith if he'd ever desert his teammates when they're losing.

 

(Hint: if you ever decide to try this, wear a helmet)

 

"Intensity" is what you see in someone who fights to the bitter end, even when the game is lost, not someone who runs and hides to cry.

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If you like his attitude, well you're a moron basically.

 

You'd be one who wouldn't like Cam his last 2 years if he was on another team. He'd be a cancer, blah blah blah

 

Dez Bryant is a baller and its rare to find ballers that act like Jordan Gross

 

Im a moron cause I like Smittys attitude I guess too, and I have even through him punching team mates.

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