Originally Posted by Bluestang
Tony said he's not a 100% yet but he's close and he's getting there.
You can believe what you want but when Bryant runs a sloppy route that results in an INT and the QB pulls him aside on the sideline to have words with him, along with the position coach, and the head coach it's a problem.
The bigger issue here is that Bryant ran this same exact route to perfection in the first game but in the second game totally brain farts the same play call.
Here's the playcall from game 1:
Here's the same playcall from game 2:
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Dez is already late on his break and is past the sticks, where he should have made the break initially to cross the S.
Nice diagram....except that you failed to mention the safety was playing a good three to four yards further back in NY than he was in Dallas when Bryant made the break...three yards in the NFL is the difference between a completion and a pick. Bryant ran a poor route, but that play had no chance of being completed no matter how he ran it.