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Bryant gave Darrelle Revis a resistance-free interception that cost the Cowboys the game back in 2011.
So we know Dez Bryant truly lives out his clueless reputation off the field, but his on-the-field talent makes it all worth it, right?
Not so fast.
You see, Bryant's been a solid NFL wide receiver over his first three NFL seasons. Solid, but not elite. Solid receivers aren't worth headaches.
Take plays like this one against the New York Jets last season. First thing to note is that Tony Romo made a poor throw. That's obvious. But what some overlook is what Dez Bryant did on the play.
If you just thought "I didn't see him do anything," you'd be absolutely correct. He ran an incredibly poor route, turned around, saw the ball was badly thrown and then let Darrelle Revis have an easy interception.
It was like he didn't even care.
Sure, during the game he had been dealing with some tight hamstrings. But to become a spectator when the game is on the line? That's inexcusable.
At the very least, he could have made an attempt to come back on the ball, finish his route or even just interfere with Revis when he tried to catch it. Show your quarterback that you have some heart, right?
But you'd have to have a clue to do something like that.