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  • #1 by DLUXHOG on 13 Apr 2018
  • #2 by Hawgndaaz on 13 Apr 2018
  • Dallas LOLboys
  • #3 by HiggiePiggy on 13 Apr 2018
  • Good job by the cowboys.  He is a cancer to a team. 
  • #4 by DLUXHOG on 13 Apr 2018
  • #5 by McKdaddy on 13 Apr 2018
  • Good call, Dallas.



    Per Schefter......

    Since 2015, Dez Bryant has...
    - made $300K per reception (most in NFL)
    - caught 49.7 pct of targets (worst in NFL, min. 200 targets)

    Bryant's cap hit this season was set to be $16.5M, 2nd-highest among WR behind only Mike Evans.
  • #6 by McKdaddy on 13 Apr 2018
  • I like Dez and wish him the best, but he’s no longer a #1 like he’s being paid.
  • #7 by The Copenhagen Kid on 14 Apr 2018
  • He hasn't been the same without Romo
  • #8 by HiggiePiggy on 14 Apr 2018
  • He hasn't been the same without Romo


    That’s because he is a primadona. He has been a cancer to that team for awhile. 
  • #9 by Buff on 14 Apr 2018
  • They dropped him, just like he dropped that pass against Green Bay. 
  • #10 by EastexHawg on 14 Apr 2018

  • That’s because he is a primadona. He has been a cancer to that team for awhile. 

    Dez is a moron and a cancer, but it's also true that his production has been cut because the Cowboys no longer have a quarterback who runs a timing based vertical passing attack.
  • #11 by HiggiePiggy on 14 Apr 2018
  • The team changed and he didn’t.  Then he wouldn’t restructure his contract to help the team considering his performance over the last 3 years. He didn’t deserve a huge contract like that. 
  • #12 by HiggiePiggy on 14 Apr 2018
  • Dez will be fine I bet.  He might even go to a playoff team if he were to restructure his contract and take less than what he thinks he should get.  He has skills just needs to stfu and stop being a cry baby all the damn time.
  • #13 by Dr. Starcs on 15 Apr 2018
  • They dropped him, just like he dropped that pass against Green Bay. 

    Such a hater. Only fudge Packers think that was incomplete. Even the nfl changed the rule because it was such a joke.
  • #14 by Buff on 15 Apr 2018
  • Such a hater. Only fudge Packers think that was incomplete. Even the nfl changed the rule because it was such a joke.

    Did they change the outcome too?  What was the updated final score?
  • #15 by Dr. Starcs on 15 Apr 2018
  • No they didn’t change the outcome. Didn’t matter. Packers got punked by Seattle the next week anyway.
  • #16 by Buff on 15 Apr 2018
  • Great logic.  The team that beat us lost the next week anyway.  I guess after the last 22 or so years, Cowboys fans don't have much else to cling to.
  • #17 by pigture perfect on 15 Apr 2018
  • Some are saying that Dez couldn’t get along with Dak. Very few players are unreplaceable.
  • #18 by McKdaddy on 16 Apr 2018
  • This could be a blessing for Dez.  He's never been a great route-runner, but he's always been physical and unafraid to after the ball.  He'll have the opportunity to prove Dallas wrong as he should be motivated by his release to get back to his previous way of playing ball so well.
  • #19 by HiggiePiggy on 16 Apr 2018
  • Some are saying that Dez couldn’t get along with Dak. Very few players are unreplaceable.

    Sorry, but to me Dez is replaceable after his performance over the last 3 years.  He would still be a cowboy if he took less money, but he wouldn’t. 
  • #20 by Tejano Jawg on 16 Apr 2018
  • Good call, Dallas.



    Per Schefter......

    Since 2015, Dez Bryant has...
    - made $300K per reception (most in NFL)
    - caught 49.7 pct of targets (worst in NFL, min. 200 targets)

    Bryant's cap hit this season was set to be $16.5M, 2nd-highest among WR behind only Mike Evans.

    Think about this one! I heard it on the radio this morning and nearly spewed my coffee…of course Dallas radio is pretty much non-stop Dez talk right now.

    If Dez drops a few more passes, that figure goes up some more. How many more drops before that number hits 500K? Or said another way…HALF A MILLION DOLLARS per CATCH.

    I liked Dez okay, despite his antics. But then, I'm sitting in my living room, not on the sideline with him. I don't question this was the right move though. A couple seasons ago, I thought his play on the field was a detriment. (This might have been his injury season.) I started thinking then, sure we want our number 1 WR on the field...but if he can't do the routine stuff, someone else needs to be in there.
  • #21 by EastexHawg on 16 Apr 2018
  • The Cowboys are now a Cole Beasley-type offense...dink and dunk.
  • #22 by Dr. Starcs on 16 Apr 2018
  • The Cowboys are now a Cole Beasley-type offense...dink and dunk.

    They better be a “get Zeke 20 touches minimum per game” offense. Linehan will never do it though.
  • #23 by DeltaBoy on 18 Apr 2018
  • It was a Past time move and I am glad he is gone.
  • #24 by Richard_white on 18 Apr 2018
  • Dallas made the right move for the future. It may cost them some production on the offense this season but Dez was declining. And even in 2016 he had less than 800 yards receiving during a 13-3 season.

    I like to see the way they draft in the first two rounds. Maybe a DE & WR? Maybe Dallas moves up. Who knows what they will do but I like the future of the Cowboys.
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