There's one that counted. Happy?
No, Dez Bryant's production has not matched Cruz's. That's neither here nor there. Bryant's upside is massive, and the results will eventually come.
Still, nonetheless, this year expectations are up there and he's got to live up to them. I think he will, but he will have to prove it for sure.
For the record I have no sympathy of LT or Dez. Both men have the means to deal with their problems, means that many addicts and troubled individuals don't have. And people can spin either story however they want to because of their love of the teams, but anytime a grown adult needs supervision just to live their life, they aren't really an adult, and that honestly is really sad.Quote:
Everyone here sympahized with LT because he needed help
Yeah Bryant had a hard life growing up, a lot of football players had hard lives growing up, yet they managed to get their life on track and live as functioning human beings without the need to be babysat by their employer. I understand that Dallas, has an investment to protect here, but honestly this is nothing short of pathetic.
Your a grown man start acting it, you shouldn't need someone there watching you telling you not to put you hand in the cookie jar again.
Personally. I think that's too easy of an answer. It's irresponsible to tell someone to be a man when they don't know how.
On a separate note, would it change your opinion if these rules weren't even thought up by the Cowboys, nor are they being enforced by them?
Would your opinion change if these rules were recently confirmed as false and embarrassing to Bryant?
I thought these rules were odd (Bryant doesn't go to strip clubs and he's not a big drinker) and now there's been confirmation from Jerry that the Cowboys didn't set forth these rules and confirmation from Bryant's advisor that these aren't even the rules that he's set forth for himself.