Originally Posted by Bluestang
In all fairness to Bryant, I think he's going through that phase where he's "thinking" too much about his responsibilities on every play.
Especially with gaffes that have caused game changing plays, I'm sure he's feeling the pressure every game.
On the other side of the coin though he does come through with a big play that will make any Head Coach think twice about sitting him.
It's frustrating to watch half the time and then awe inspiring the other half.
Deep down I hope Bryant makes a committment to study tape with Romo and tries to learn how to be a precise route runner in the offseason.
I wish I could believe he's not already trying as hard as he can. He's maybe the best example of a coach-killer I can ever remember seeing. Unreal talent, no learning curve.
I love the kid. I don't trust him. The negative plays he can't avoid are worth 5 times the positive plays he's able to make. He shouldn't be starting if he can't keep from blowing 2-3 routes/adjustments per game, no matter how insanely talented he is.
When asked whether Jason Garrett is the right head coach for this team: "I don't think there is anyone else that could. I think he is an unbelievable coach. We've responded to him and he has made us better football players, better people. If you watch us I think we play with a certain relentless spirit." --Sean Lee