It’s time to move on from Dez

yimyammer

Quality Starter
No offense taken Yimmy. Also, Slater followed up with another tweet. Not that it means a whole lot but I guess we'll hear a lot of rumors about Dez and the staff in the off-season.

Interesting....

I cant blame Dak, he was a damn rookie and had to run down field and tell dumbass Dez to get out of bounds on the 2 minute drill, gawd knows what else he had to put up with
 

yimyammer

Quality Starter
John Clayton saying this too. While I'd love Earl Thomas, I dont wanna give up 50.
I HATE the idea of not only giving up a pick but also having to pay a huge contract for a 29 year old player who talked about quitting last year ( or the year before last )
 

dbair1967

Administrator
Also too stupid to realize 31 other GMs and owners who might otherwise have some interest in his services are seeing his idiot infantile tantrum antics.

Anybody want a used-up never-was diva WR with zero self control who was a one-trick pony at best?
You read my mind, was about to post this exact point
 

dbair1967

Administrator
John Clayton saying this too. While I'd love Earl Thomas, I dont wanna give up 50.
Fisher is such a douche bag, "overcome PR botching of Bryant goodbye"

Sounds exactly like some of those clueless twits at CZ crying over spilt milk with this.
 

dbair1967

Administrator
I HATE the idea of not only giving up a pick but also having to pay a huge contract for a 29 year old player who talked about quitting last year ( or the year before last )
I'm willing to give him a bit of a pass on the retirement talk, he had just suffered an incredibly bad injury and was pretty emotional about it. Once he had time to cool off, he was 100% committed to playing.

I wouldn't want to give up the farm to get him (as I mentioned before, to me what seems fair is a 3rd this yr and maybe a mid rd pick next yr, or a pick + Byron Jones or Jeff Heath). There is no disputing that he is one of the best (if not the best) FS in the league and is exactly what our secondary has been missing for years. he's also well regarded for his film study and football smarts, and would be a great leader for all the young DB's we have.
 

MrB

Draft Pick
Those are a dime a dozen anymore. Let's not act like the stupid "jump ball" thing is all that rare. But more to the point, most teams have higher percentage end zone throws they go to.

I'm not saying some dumbass team won't sign him, but it wouldn't surprise me either if his career is done. Same thing happened to T.O., and his skills weren't nearly as diminished as Dez's are.

These fucks don't realize they have a short shelf life if they're divas. Especially if they're only semi-skilled divas.
The Cowboys already have two guys on the roster that could potentially provide that jumpball 50/50 threat (Hurns and Rico).
 

dbair1967

Administrator
He insinuated that the team captains are sell outs because they refused to back him up when he texted them.
And why would they. Team captains are usually captains in the first place because they have the leadership skills and work ethic teams' want other players to minic, they command respect.

Dez wasn't doing what he needed to do to be the best player he could be and help the team win more. Again all these players watch extensive game film and have all sorts of camera views we don't get. They all easily saw plays where Dez "took the play off", ran a bad or wrong route, dropped catchable passes or gator armed a few.

Hence why nobody supported him.
 

Scot

Quality Starter
So the NFL network is playing the Cowboy/Green Bay game atTexas stadium from last season. On the bottom right corner of the scene they have it titled “Dez Bryant Classics”

Wasn’t that the game where he has the ball hit him in the hands and bounce off for a TD near the end of the game which essentially caused us to lose that game?

Classic baby!
 

MrB

Draft Pick
And why would they. Team captains are usually captains in the first place because they have the leadership skills and work ethic teams' want other players to minic, they command respect.

Dez wasn't doing what he needed to do to be the best player he could be and help the team win more. Again all these players watch extensive game film and have all sorts of camera views we don't get. They all easily saw plays where Dez "took the play off", ran a bad or wrong route, dropped catchable passes or gator armed a few.

Hence why nobody supported him.
Not to mention in his 8th season as a “Pro” Jerry still had to have a care taker for him to make sure he got to meetings on time, several of which he was still late for.
 

yimyammer

Quality Starter
So the NFL network is playing the Cowboy/Green Bay game atTexas stadium from last season. On the bottom right corner of the scene they have it titled “Dez Bryant Classics”

Wasn’t that the game where he has the ball hit him in the hands and bounce off for a TD near the end of the game which essentially caused us to lose that game?

Classic baby!
I think that was Williams that had the ball bounce off his hands
 

Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
So the NFL network is playing the Cowboy/Green Bay game atTexas stadium from last season. On the bottom right corner of the scene they have it titled “Dez Bryant Classics”
Did i miss something or do i remember correctly that we had NONE of this adoration shit when we cut Romo?
 

Scot

Quality Starter
Romo wasn’t a butthurt little bitch about it

So he didn’t need any of this to make him feel better
 

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