Dez Bryant yells at everybody on the Cowboys' sideline yet again

There was a 2-for-1 special on Dez Bryant sideline rants Sunday.

We had already established that Dez Bryant was not happy/yelling at people during Sunday's Lions-Cowboys game. He eventually got the ball more -- he had caught two balls for 22 yards and the Cowboys' only TD before his first blowup, he would eventually another TD on a 50-yard catch-and-run for his third catch of the day -- but when Matt Stafford punched in a fake spike for a game-winning TD, Bryant went off on the sidelines one more time.


Smart move by assistant coach Derek Dooley -- he sees Bryant is mad, and steers him towards Demarcus Ware, who nobody in their right mind would ever want to fight.

On the one hand, Bryant probably does need the ball more -- he's by far the Cowboys' most effective receiving option, as shown by the fact that he accounted for the majority of their production Sunday. But this, um, doesn't look particularly good.

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