Dez Bryant didn't waste any time causing commotion on Sunday night after he was in a verbal sparring match with Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins in pregame warm-ups, and as everyone soon found out, Jenkins wasn't doing himself any favors in riling up Bryant.
Dez went on to have his first three-touchdown game of his career and consequently had the lactic acid working in his shoulder and forearm muscles from X'in so many people out on Sunday night.
It was a truly dominant performance from Bryant, whose first touchdown of the night was a thing of beauty as he did his best Odell Beckham, one-handed grab impression before his next two did their best to upstage it on nearly identical plays with two beautiful Tony Romo throws.
While Bryant got off to a bit of a slow start this season, he's really turned it on lately and his three touchdowns put him in sole possession of the lead for touchdown receptions in all of the NFL on Sunday night.
At least he has a solid week to rest those shoulders and forearms before the Cowboys play their final home game (of the regular season, anyway) against the Colts on Sunday.