After Bryant hauled in a third-quarter pass along Detroit's sideline, he wasted no time before predictably jawing with Lions players. Bryant's hubris was premature, however, with officials ruling him out of bounds -- and then it got ugly.
"(Bryant) hasn't been able to practice and he really hasn't been able to run," Garrett told ESPN Dallas this week. "... Receivers need to be able to run throughout the ballgame, and when you don't practice and you don't run throughout the week, it's hard for you to maintain the pace that you need to maintain throughout a 60-minute game."
Way we see it, when Bryant's good, he reminds you why Jerry Jones handed him Michael Irvin's No. 88 jersey. When he's bad, though, he's the headache at the center of a schizophrenic Cowboys team that can't decide what it wants to be this season.