Methinks Dez Bryant Doesn’t Know What The Word ‘Unbeatable’ Means
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, appearing on an episode of FS Southwest’s Inside the Huddle program, had this to say about the invincibility of the 2-3 Dallas Cowboys team of which he is a member when asked about his personal goals and the state of America’s Team (via The Dallas Morning News):
“I like to keep my personal goals to myself. As far as the team, I like our chances. I feel like, it may sound crazy, I think we are unbeatable. I think the losses, we lost those games ourselves. I feel like once we get back in that meeting room and regroup, and we learn from our mistakes, the sky’s the limit.”
Alright. Granted, he did clarify his “unbeatable” assessment of the Cowboys with the oft-used “we lost the games ourselves” line of bullcrap which has to be one of the biggest and most tired cliches athletes use now to explain why their team is struggling. It does sound crazy, Dez Bryant. If you want to win those games you lose because your team is so damn unbeatable, here’s a novel concept: STOP COMING UP WITH LAME EXCUSES AND JUST WIN THE GAMES!
Dez Bryant speaks out: Cowboys are ‘unbeatable’; NFL easier than Big 12 [The Dallas Morning News]