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Dez Bryant Mad at Skip Bayless, Needs to Work On Not Being So Sensitive

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
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It is a cliche, but it makes sense.

You made your bed, now you have to lie in it.

Dez Bryant needs to understand, that because of some of the bad decisions he has made, people aren’t just going to give him the benefit of the doubt.

If Larry Fitzgerald says he is going to go for 2000 yards and 20 TDs, no one would blink or eye. If Calvin Johnson showed up at a domestic violence rally, it wouldn’t be a big story. But, because of Dez Bryant’s history, he is going to have to understand that when you are a lightening rod, you have to learn to shake it off. Let your actions prove to people you have changed, not your words.

We all know Skip is a troll and nothing that Bryant said is incorrect, but at this point Bryant’s credibility is still shaky at best.

You can’t be slapping your mom and Tweeting Bible passages a couple of months later and think, that is enough for people to ignore your past.

Stay out of trouble, perform on the field and everything else will work itself out. Don’t be senstiive to every critism that someone gives you, because the only person you can blame for that, is the person staring back at you in the mirror.

Smarten up Dez.

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  1. LB says:

    I hate when reporters ask an athlete a question and then twist the answer. For example if somebody asks a quarteback “so do you think you’ll throw 10 TD passes a game” and they respond “maybe, it’s possible”, then the next day the headline reads “quarterback claims he’ll throw 10 TD passes each game”…..that’s bullshyt

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