Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by morasp, Oct 2, 2018.
Lol. Sure he did.
No, if Dez was resigned he would instantly:
1. Still be a mental midget
2. Still drop balls
3. Fail to get separation
4. Fail to run crisp routes
5. Whine and complain about targets
6. Be a pain in the *** to everyone, especially Dak
7. Over rate his ability
Why would teams devote their best corner to Dez when they didn't need to before he was unceremoniously cut? Has he been taking PEDs while at home on the couch?
You are blinded by your man love for a has been. Lol
Oh, lets not forget no one wants Dez. Lol. All 32 teams continue to still say no! Ha ha ha.
Why would the team humble itself for being right about Dez? Lol
Why is this the last opportunity? He has been unemployed since the spring. Did his tweet change that? Dez trashed the team. Not that he realizes he has no options, he is extending the olive branch.
The problem is he's not really any good anymore, or he wouldn't still be unemployed .
Brice Butler trashed the team and publicly backed what Dez said. He got to come back.
You have been told over and over again that at least two teams, Cleveland and Baltimore, offered him contracts, yet you keep trotting out your "31 other teams don't want him" tired act.
We get it. Dez stole your girlfriend. Play a new song.
You shouldn't let your steamy one night stand with Dez cloud your judgment. He's not any worth a plug nickel, that's why he doesn't have a job.
Or are you arguing Dez doesn't have a job because he is such an awesome beast? Yeah that has to be it. Teams are so intimidated by Dez' awesomeness that they are too intimidated to offer him a job. That makes perfect sense! Lmao.
he would undoubtably be the best wr on the teen there isn’t even a argument
You sound so stupid when you say dumb stuff like this. So I guess the entire NFL Network ESPN Dez Bryant himself and reporters for both the Browns and Ravens all have admitted he turned down their offers but somehow they are all making it up? The intelligence of a rock is being displayed here.
bring back the playmaker
I stand corrected. However, when your run defense is the worst and your pass defense is first, that is usually because teams aren't throwing the ball against you as much because they don't have to.
For example, the Lions are last in the league for pass attempts against with 100, and 31st in the league with 118 rushing attempts against. Teams are completing 65% of their passes against them and averaging 7.9 yds per attempt while running the ball for an average of 5.3 yards per attempt.
Teams are simply attacking their biggest weakness but the reality is they really aren't much better against the pass. I think by the end of the year it will shake out that they sit near the bottom of the league overall as a defense as well.
Wasn't Romo a so-called "Garret guy".
Facts are stranger than truth
There it is again,
The same bias nonsense you used to post.
Funny how you are avoiding all the other stuff you spent so much time trying to convince others about.
We are still waiting for your claims of addition by subtraction. You look like a fool. You were embarrassingly wrong so you won’t address this huge part.
Which of our WRs are getting all of this “separation “ again?
Which one has sure hands?
Which one is going to surpass Dezs production?
Go ahead, avoid reality and post some LoLs and haha’s when you are the one being laughed at.
Brice didn't attack other players after leaving, Dez did. It's a professional organization and not every member has to like or get along with each other outside of work, but there does have to be some level of mutual respect. I'm not sure bringing Dez back enhances the clubhouse.
They aren't going to resign Dez, so all this conversation is pointless.
All I'm saying is they brought Butler back, a guy who openly criticized the staff, and isn't even all that notable a talent.
I'm sure if they wanted to, which they don't, they could talk their way into justifying resigning Dez.
Your last statement is spot on.
I'm not taking a stand either way on Dez, just pointing out the difference between what Brice did upon leaving and what Dez did. Attacking the coaches and FO is different than attacking individual players. I would think if the FO decided to open this door, the coaches would talk to Fred Beard and Snake Lee before making a commitment to Dez, not for their approval but to judge how he would impact the team.
Setting aside the fact that Dez has nothing to do with Gregory, last time I checked Gregory didn't call any of his teammates a "snake", toss the coaching staff under the bus, or throw fits on the sidelines.
Gregory is useless, but he's not a cancer in the locker room. Dez was an overpaid, pain in the you know what and the team got tired of dealing with him. How hard is that to understand? And surprise, surprise, no one else is bothering with him either. "He turned down offers!" He's turned down ONE that we know of in SEVEN months - the feeding frenzy some here predicted would happen when he was released never happened because the league know what Dez is about and he's not worth it.
But yeah, let's bring him back into the locker room after he set fire to the place. That should go well. After all, our passing game has dropped from 26th last season to 29th this season without the immortal Dez Bryant.
So he wasn't the problem with the passing game?