For Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Dez Bryant, Second Half Is Now Better Half

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  1. Gryphon

    Gryphon Merge Ahead

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    by Ben Grimaldi

    Remember last year when all the talk was about Dez Bryant disappearing in the second halves of games for the Dallas Cowboys? We were told it was his lack of conditioning and his injuries wearing him down over the course of a game. Those were the culprits of his declining statistics in the second half.

    Well guess what, that was last year and this is a whole new year for Bryant. This season Dez Bryant has been much better in the second half; actually he’s been pretty dominant, especially in the past few games.

    This season, in the first half of games, Bryant has 23 catches for 355 yards and zero touchdowns. In the second halves, Bryant has 43 catches for 602 yards and all eight touchdowns. It’s fair to say Bryant is doing most of his damage in the second half of games. The conditioning issues and excuses of last season are gone and we are seeing a different Dez Bryant.

    It gets even better though, in the past four games, where the Cowboys have a record of 3-1, Bryant has been nothing short of spectacular in second halves. In those games, Bryant has amassed 367 yards and six touchdowns in the second halves.

  2. scottsp

    scottsp Well-Known Member

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    The young man is making significant strides and contributing in crucial points of games. There is a lot wrong with this club, but watching Dez come of age has been a joy to watch.
  3. Yuma Cactus

    Yuma Cactus Active Member

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    Robinson and Woicik have been instrumental in this change.

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