Dez leaving the game early was...

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  • Joe Mobley - 6 years ago

    I think we should just ignore it. The off season for the Cowboys will be wonderful healing for all crying players and fans. Off season starts in a couple of weeks--Jerry is still the GM, the qb is .500, and the team....well Dez is the leader, nuf said.

  • daniel - 6 years ago

    For those who think it's ok for him to have walked of like he did - how about the rest off the team? what if every player except the 11 defenders on the field headed for the locker room along with him? Would that have been all right? Or just this lone tender soul?

  • daniel - 6 years ago

    For those who think it's ok for him to have walked off like he did - how about the rest off the team? what if every player except the 11 defenders on the field headed for the locker room along with him? Would that have been all right? Or just this lone tender soul?

  • Gary - 6 years ago

    Childish, professional, passionate! These are recent words tagged to "Pro Athletes" in our culture. Thank goodness hero, model, or mentor to young children has been dropped! What a sad commentary the former has replaced the latter in Pro sports, especially in BIG D. How a small group, usually the case, has supplanted the best and brightest achievements sport organizations have to offer our youth and communities. When you are only involved and interested in how much $$$$$$ you can take from the fans this type of atmosphere will and did develop in Dallas. Until COWBOY Nation wakes up and starts to demand a better product and caliber of owner, Head coach, and personnel you will continue to get what you already got! Wake up DALLAS and stop giving your money to a greedy pit!!! Hurt Jerry's pocketbook!!!

  • Tom K. - 6 years ago

    If he is going to cry, he can cry on the sidelines where he belongs. There is no excuse in leaving your teammates like that. Dez does not get to decide when the game is over. It is his duty to remain until the final second. His actions were unprofessional and indicative of an enormous lack of character.

  • Mopp4 - 6 years ago

    Well, as the saying goes....Sports doesn't build character, it reveals it.....

  • Babs - 6 years ago

    Lol seriously, I would love to leave my job early, to go cry, each and every day. But if I did that, I'D GET FIRED. What Bryant did was a punk-a$$ move, and he should be ashamed of his behavior. It's a GAME, moron - a game you get paid tons of money to play once a week, and you couldn't handle losing to the better team that day??? Punk-a$$ b*tch. I wish someone or something would transport these babies back to the era when real men played football. These overly sensitive sissy boys would have their heads handed to them, by their teammates, for pulling self-absorbed crap like that.

  • Jeremy - 6 years ago

    If I had a company with staff as emotionally invested as Dez I'd be a billionaire. I do not fault Dez.

  • Sonny - 6 years ago

    I can't stop laughing. romo is the problem

  • proud wisconsin - 6 years ago

    You Texas cry babies! Man up.

  • merle - 6 years ago

    Mr. Wilson, no one is calling HIM childish. The behavior is childish. He is one hell of a player, as was a favorite of mine Michael Irvin. What makes a sportsman is winning and losing with class. Sometimes that is learned on the biggest of stages, as it is today for Mr. Bryant. So Mr. Wilson, the next time you make a comment please don't condemn all Americans, because when you do, you too are childish and judgmental. Respectfully, Merle

  • West Coast Conservative - 6 years ago

    Dez Bryant, Keyshawn Johnson, Chad Johnson, Michael Irvin and the rest are pathetic excuses for 'athletes'. They're just all gangsta hoodies wearing uniforms.

  • Mark M - 6 years ago

    As Tom Hanks would say... "There no crying in football... "

    Give me a break. Crying? Time to man up and realize those millions your being paid is SUPPOSED to mean you are a PROFESSIONAL.

  • Tony - 6 years ago

    Having played the game many years, I can understand both sides. There are obviously a lot of issues with the team this year and stuff going on behind the scenes that not all are privy. I have been a life- long fan of the cowboys and have to say that I have not been a supporter of Tony Romo, since he miss handled the snap that cost them a trip to the playoffs years ago. He is not a championship caliber quarterback and Jerry Jones and the coaching staff kept the wagon hitched to this horse for far too long. Des Byrant, a player that is very intolerant of poor performers is seeing this season go to waste (with all the talent the program has at running back and receivers), because of a quarterback’s piss poor performance and lack of team leadership skills all being perpetuated by the coaching staff and Jerry Jones. He has been chastised before for side line motivational activity and he has decided that it is better to walk away than to confront a team, a coach staff, and a team owner that has accepted mediocrity. By leaving the field he silently has shown is discussed in the only way he can without verbal confrontation. This is just my thoughts on the issue and since only the players and the staff know all the issues at play, the rest of us can only “Monday Morning” quarterback this issue.

  • mcfloyd - 6 years ago

    I'd take 11 Dez Bryants on both sides of the ball.

    If everyone played like him, we'd be undefeated.

  • Mark Williams - 6 years ago

    I have a job that frustrates me quite a bit. If I would walk off and leave it my boss would not "Have a talk". He would call leaving "Job abandonment" and find some one who would do the job he was paid to do. NFL owners need to have some stones and hold these players to their contracts. Bryant needs to realize he is an adult making a living wage and not a 19 yr old any more.

  • David - 6 years ago

    When you're on the outside looking in, it can appear childish. From the inside, people lose their jobs for losses like this. And that's something to cry about.

  • Steve Wilson - 6 years ago

    americans have so little patience and understanding and so much judgmentalism, hypocrisy and envy that calling this man childish is understandable, though laughable. the penultimate pot calling the kettle black. the last two minutes of that game were shameful. bryant should have been having a big problem. his display of his condition was not very professional. that, too, is being lost in this culture. dez will get over it, but will the cowboys pull their collective heads out and start winning again? THAT is the question.

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