It was Bryant's first touchdown pass since high school. He wants more.
It's a bit jarring to see a left-handed pass, isn't it? We are in a fallow period for the southpaw thrower. A study of every depth chart in the league (RESEARCH, BRUH) reveals the impossible: There isn't a single left-handed throwing quarterback in the league right now.
For the record, the last lefty to throw a touchdown was another Cowboy, Kellen Moore, who tossed for three scores in Week 17 of last season (Moore spent this season on injured reserve with a busted ankle). The last non-Cowboys lefty to throw a touchdown? You have to go all the way back to Week 5 of last season, when Mike Vick was finishing his career with the Steelers.