Dez Bryant calls out Cowboys in tweet barrage during, after loss

Lynette Rowe
September 11, 2018

During the Week 1 matchup between the Cowboys and Carolina Panthers, Bryant took to Twitter to answer an interesting question. As you already know, Bryant is not someone who keeps his opinions to himself, and he wanted everyone to know how he felt about the Cowboys' struggles. The wide receiver, a free agent since the Dallas Cowboys released him in April, recently called Tom Brady his favorite player of all-time while noting Bill Belichick's coaching strategies are "one in a million".

Bryant turned down an offer from the Ravens not long after he was cut.

Entering the second half, the Panthers led 10-0 following a 4-yard scramble from quarterback Cam Newton and a field goal from kicker Graham Gano.

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In simple terms: The Cowboys' offense was without a big-play downfield threat, a fact that didn't escape Bryant.

The 29-year-old also appeared to have little sympathy for Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan after a hard outing for his offence. "Last night's SNF results are also down 3% from the September 11, 2016, New England Patriots 23-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals in that year's opening Sunday game".

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