Monday, December 16, 2013

Dez Bryant explains why he left the field early during Cowboys loss

(Screenshot via Buzzfeed Sports)

The Dallas Cowboys blew a 26-3 lead on Sunday en route to a devastating loss to the Green Bay Packers. 

After Tony Romo threw his second interception of the fourth quarter, virtually clinching Green Bay's improbable comeback with just over a minute to play, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was shown walking back to the locker room while the rest of his teammates stayed on the sidelines to finish out the game.

Bryant drew a mass of criticism for the gesture and the young receiver explained why he did it via Twitter a short time later.

And Bryant's teammates weren't emotional because of the meltdown? Bryant has every reason to be upset, but that doesn't mean he has a right to act unprofessional and leave the field before the rest of his team. His teammates were hurting because of the defeat as well.

Via For the Win 

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