Dec 9, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) celebrate after catching a pass for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Dez Bryant so happy he is angry (GIF)


The Dallas Cowboys are trying to hold on to a lead over the Green Bay Packers. The Cowboys got a big touchdown catch from Dez Bryant. The score extended the Cowboys lead from five to 12 points in the fourth quarter. It was an incredible catch that by Bryant as he kept both feet in-bounds.

No remember when Bryant had that sideline outburst involving Tony Romo and he claimed it was all positive? Well, that seems to be how he acts when he is happy. Look to the GIF below if you need more evidence. That is Bryant fired up and happy after scoring a crucial fourth quarter touchdown.

Looks angry, but just happy.

[h/t] SB Nation

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  • Jd

    Any Cowboys fan who actually comes on here & has the UCKING balls to say Garrett Is the guy for this team, stop being a Cowboys fan.

    This loss has nothing to do with Jerry, nothing to do with talent…. All about coaching, PERIOD.

    • Old Frog

      Callahan called a horrible 4th quarter. How much Garrett had to do with that I don’t know.

      • Jd

        The play calling goes from Callahan, to Garrett, then to Romo.
        Garrett doesn’t know how to win, I can’t explain how I mean that. He just doesn’t have that ability to slow the game down and manage it properly.
        I’m not big on revolving door head coaches. But clearly, for the third straight season, it’s the same thing.
        And the game had nothing to do with talent or Jerry, as I said earlier. It’s terrible play calling, period.

        And a quick note on Romo. As much as he deserves credit for the Minnesota, Giants & Raiders game. He deserves equal amount of blame for the Kansas City loss and today’s game. The game moves too fast for him in big time pressure situations. And whether people believe it or not, and I don’t care how good his numbers are in December, he doesn’t win games in December, it’s a fact. And the final thing on Romo… He has absolutely no arm strength whatsoever. He completely under threw Dez 3 times when he had his man beat & 2 of them were absolutely touchdowns. Not having the ability to have a quarterback who can beat you vertical, in today’s game, renders that qb limited.

        And the fact that Garrett just said on the post game presser that Romo audibled out of a running play on that last pick, on a 2nd & 1 with 1 timeout, is absolutely inexcusable to me.

        I’ve said it since the 2011 season, Romo isn’t the qb to lead this team.
        Talent, work ethic and intangibles is what makes a qb great in this league. And I’m sorry, but Romo doesn’t have the “intangibles” to be great.

        I’m sure most people will completely disagree with me, and that’s fine.
        But when you get out played by qb’s like Alex Smith, Josh McCown & Matt Flynn, that’s a problem.
        He definitely has his positives, no question. But his negatives far out weigh his pluses.

  • Old Frog

    Unbelieveable but it sounded like there were more Packers fans than Cowboy fans in that stadium today?!!!!!