Dez Bryant's impressive catch extends Cowboys' lead, excites Jason Garrett, still angers Dez

The Cowboys opened up their lead against Green Bay, and still sideline antics ensued.

The Dallas Cowboys are facing the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and the score is probably a little bit closer than head coach Jason Garrett would have liked considering that Aaron Rodgers remains out. Up just 29-24 in the fourth quarter though, Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo hit Dez Bryant for a 5-yard touchdown with 7:55 remaining in the game to extend the lead for Dallas.

It was this close from not being a touchdown:


Bryant's score gave the Cowboys a 36-24 lead with less than eight minutes to go in the game. That was enough for Garrett to express just how happy he was with Dez:


And while Bryant has often drawn criticism because of his attitude on the sidelines, specifically at moments when he's not getting the ball, he apparently gets just as mad when he does get the ball:


And if that's not enough for Dez Bryant, the Packers are currently driving down the field, down 36-31. Get your Dez ready!

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