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Dez Bryant: Records Don't Matter in Rivalry Games

Washington comes into Monday night with a 2-5 record on the year

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    The Dallas Cowboys were full of praise for the home crowd following last week’s victory over the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium, and they’re hoping that energy carries over to the Monday Night Football matchup with the Washington Redskins.

    Oh, it’s going to be loud,” said receiver Dez Bryant, per the Dallas Morning News. “It better be loud. They better be loud, like really loud. It’s going to be fun. It’s the only game shown on TV. It gets no better than that.”

    At 6-1, the Cowboys come into Monday night’s matchup riding a hot streak. The 2-5 Redskins, not so much. But Bryant says records don’t matter much when you’re dealing with a rivalry game.

    “Those teams, they’re division teams, you got to come with it,” Bryant said. “The records don’t matter when those teams are on the field. It’s all about bragging rights and all that kind of stuff. It’s going to be fun because it’s Monday night, only game shown on TV. Can’t wait.”

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