It took a victory over the miserable St. Louis Rams at home to get the Dallas Cowboys to .500 on the season, at 3-3, but receiver Dez Bryant isn’t backing down from his remarks last week that he felt that the team was “unbeatable.” Bryant wants to make clear that he was not ignoring the three losses on the Cowboys record when he said that, mind you; he just attributes those losses to Dallas beating themselves.
“I feel like we have great potential when we’re on our game,” Bryant said Sunday, per ESPN Dallas. “When we’re on our game, I honestly do feel like we can’t be beat. I do feel that way. But when we make mistakes, anything can happen.
“We’re a great football team. We know that. We didn’t get down on those three losses. We knew that we could have won those games. We’ve got to come back to work each and every day and get better and learn from our mistakes, and I think we’re doing a great job of that.”
The Oklahoma State product caught five passes for 90 yards against the Rams and broke a trend by producing down the homestretch, a performance capped by his first second half touchdown of the season, in the fourth quarter. Bryant now has 19 catches on the year, for 339 yards and four touchdowns.
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