"There's nobody I love playing with more on Sundays than Dez," Witten told KTCK-AM on Tuesday, per The Dallas Morning News.
"I was just reminding him there at the end there was still hope, still a chance and that he kind of just needed to let it go and let's get focused back on these final few seconds," Witten said. "Wasn't about getting (Bryant) the ball ... that's not what kind of guy he is ... that's why we love him."
This week, Bryant called his relationship with Romo and Witten "huge," saying, "on and off the field, it's outstanding."
His sideline antics makes for good television, but Bryant's play has earned him the respect of the locker room and kept Dallas in the driver's seat of the NFC East.
The Cowboys aren't overreacting to Sunday's outburst, and neither are we. Time to let this matter die.