Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is ready to admit that he dropped an easily catchable pass on that two-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter against the Ravens on Sunday, but he’s not offering up any apologies for Baltimore corner Cary Williams, who said after the game, in response to Bryant’s pleas for a flag on the play, that the young receiver needed to “give credit where credit is due.”
Rather, Bryant points out that Williams didn’t exactly shut him down on Sunday, as he went for 13 catches, 95 yards and two touchdowns in what was (unquestionably) Bryant’s best game of 2012 thus far.
“I wouldn’t be speaking so highly the way he’s speaking,” Bryant said, per ESPN Dallas. “I guess he forgot about the rest of the game.
“But, you know, they won. When you win, you get respect. They’ve got my respect.”
As for that two-point try that would have tied the ballgame at 31, had Bryant been able to haul in an on-target pass from Tony Romo, well, Bryant is ready to shoulder the blame after seeing the play on film.
“Looking back on it, that’s a play I should make,” Bryant said.
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