Everyone knows how dangerous Dez Bryant can be when he's at his best.
The problem is lately, he hasn't been at his best, and it's no great secret why. Working with a backup quarterback and on a foot that was surgically repaired earlier this season, even head coach Jason Garrett has pointed out that Bryant has yet to really look like himself for any sustained stretch of time in 2015.
Watching recent film of the All-Pro this week, Jets safety Calvin Pryor would agree with Garrett's assessment.
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Pryor said of Bryant, per the New York Post. “I think he’s not looked the same since he had his foot injury, but he’s still a playmaker as well. Any time you have an injury, it’s kind of hard to bounce back, but he’s still doing what he does. [Darrelle] Revis is going to have to cover him [on Saturday], with the help of us guys.
"It’s going to be a tough matchup, but we’re looking forward to the challenge."