Dez Bryant is growing up before our eyes. He’s displaying maturity, toughness, and a want to win that is carrying the Dallas Cowboys right now.
His coach Jason Garrett says Dez is play is off the charts, I say he’s on another planet, and as Garrett told ESPN Dallas, Bryant is unfazed by his finger injury.
“He’s playing pretty well,” coach Jason Garrett said of Bryant. “There’s no question about that. He’s done an amazing job with that finger. It doesn’t seem to faze him in any way shape or form. He made a couple of really big plays in the ballgame early for us, running the 9 route, making the play over his head and then catching a slant and breaking a couple of tackles to score. Not only did he make those plays, but he made a number of other plays in the game. I think he’s grown. I think he’s playing with a great deal of confidence. He and (Tony Romo) have a really, really good relationship. They’re seeing the field the same way. He’s been good. There’s no question about that.”
I told everyone Dez was going to grow up and show out, but again what do I know.