Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by quickccc, Aug 1, 2020.
LOL...…………...Too funny. How many homers said how good of a #2 he was?
I heard hes a pro scooter rider now. He's on both the race and freestyle circuit and crushing it.
So I can’t even accuse you of half-truths; you’re factually incorrect.
“The injury occurred just two days after he signed a one-year, $1.25 million deal with the Saints, and seven months after the Cowboys opted to release him following a disagreement in offensive scheme with coordinator Scott Linehan -- who has since been sent packing himself. Bryant has since been rehabbing his Achilles while openly admitting in July of this year (2019) he'd hold off on contacting teams due to his battle with anxiety and depression, making it clear he'd return to the league if and when he was ready.“
I think it’s clear your perspective of him plainly slanted based off a report.
First off it doesn't make any difference what coach Bryant had any disagreements with, the Cowboys, the GM Jones, released Bryant. Next I read an article written around the start of week 1 last season and no I don't remember which article, that said just as training camps were opening, in JULY, he made a comment in an interview where he said that he would be ready to go by the time the season started and then with no offers he later said he was still rehabbing and taking care of some personal issues. The author gave the impression that Bryant changed his story as to not look like again no team wanted him and that made a lot of sense.
Romo made him look so good, once you remove him then he was below avg. Romo was just that good.
'dat would be the refs
Cowboys actually had more bad calls than the Lions in that game. From memory there was a clear roughing the kicker call that didn't go our way which was big in the first half amongst several others but people only focus on the flag being picked up for pass interference.
And after the next week people only focused on Dez dropping the ball.
Williams was an ok second receiver. Nothing spectacular.
His production dropped significantly the two years after Dak started. Imagine that.
Suh shouldn't have played that game, but his suspension got lifted.
Terrance just got older and his shortcomings became evident after injuries. Same thing happened to Dez.
He was a better player than wr Roy Williams #11
It starts as a kid and when you are one of the best on your team coming up little league and HS coaches now days are scared to correct flaws. So by the time they get to college it pretty much is fully ingrained.
More to do with his off the field issues at Oklahoma State
Some thought he was better than Dez.
Too many posters let their attitude about a player dictate their perceived value.
Anyone who ever said outloud that Terrance Williams is a btter WR than Dez Bryant either A) had an agenda or B) simply does not know football.
Unfortunately, some posters here are both A and B.
I don’t think TWill broke his leg and tore his Achilles .
Both things can be true