Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had some choice words for the critics, journalists, and pundits who want to know what's wrong with his team. Dallas is now 2-3 after giving away a 31-29 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. When asked about his dropped two-point conversion that would have sent the game into overtime: "I love moments like that," Bryant said. "I don't think we're nervous when we get in moments like that. I just feel like we just fell short." Bryant went on to say, 'I don't care what anybody thinks. I only care about what my coaches and what my teammates think. That's the only thing that matters. Don't nobody else understands what's going on. Only this organization."
Dallas really should have won that game. Bryant is right, to an extent, and his attitude after the game should be passionate. He had a chance to tie the game and made a mistake. Could he have been a little more professional? Certainly. The key point here is that all these guys want to win the game and after a tough loss, it's not easy to sit in a room and talk about every reason why it might have happened.