Dez Bryant only cares about winning, no matter what television pundits might otherwise argue.
"35-10 with a win," Bryant tweeted. "7-1 record..I'll take that any day..don't lie and say I'm pissed about the ball...I care about winning..skip stop being a distraction."
The former All-Pro receiver caught only one pass for 19 yards in the win, finishing third on the team with four targets.
Bayless was active online during the Week 9 game, often at the expense of Bryant. He praised quarterback Dak Prescott for calling out the veteran receiver:
The former ESPN personality then questioned the role within the offense:
He also teased an upcoming show, where he apparently plans to debate whether Bryant is "expendable" to the Cowboys.
Bryant had 113 receiving yards and a key touchdown in his first game back from injury last week against the Philadelphia Eagles. While his numbers dropped in Week 9, the Cowboys won their seventh game in a row after a Week 1 loss to the New York Giants.
This is also not the first time this season Bayless and Bryant have squabbled online. The receiver was upset he wasn't contacted about a debate relating to his September injury. In October, the two men argued about Bryant's role on the team and eventually Bayless' personal fandom.
As long as the Cowboys are winning games, however, it's hard to call either person a distraction to the team.