Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said he doesn’t care who sees his behavior during games after cameras showed the fifth-year wide receiver yelling during the Cowboys’ 41-27 victory over the Chicago Bears on Thursday night.
Bryant, who caught six passes for 82 yards in the game, was asked if he cares how his rants come across on television.
"(Expletive) no, I do not care," Bryant said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "Because I know I'm not doing anything wrong. They don’t know what’s going on. I can't care less. They ain't on no sidelines. Nobody's on the sidelines with us.”
Bryant then brought up the Cowboys’ tendency to falter down the latter stages of past seasons, including the past three years when the team had a chance to get into the playoffs by winning their last game and lost each time.
"The only thing they're waiting for us to do is take an L so they can talk a bunch of (expletive) about us. 'Oh, the same old Cowboys in December.' C'mon, man,” he said. “Ain't none of that. We're going to take advantage of what we need to take advantage of.”
From the Dallas Morning News:
"I don't give a (expletive) who films it. That's the truth,” Bryant said. “That's the truth. That's how I feel. As long as we get the W, that's the only thing that matters. Put that (expletive) down. ... Put my whole cuss words in there. I meant that. We're trying to do something big here. That's the only thing that matters.”
Bryant has caught 73 passes this season for 1,034 yards and 10 touchdowns this season for Dallas, who next play the Philadelphia Eagles on Dec. 14.
- Scooby Axson