With all respect to those who continue to discuss and condemn Dez Bryant’s decision to leave the field before the loss to Green Bay was final, there are more important issues the Cowboys face.
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By David Moore Dallas Morning News – Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Setting aside no one cares about a quitter, many articles have been leveling the playing field (so to speak) about the Cowboys.
I not a Dallas fan, as some may attest, being a Redskins fan. And the Dallas QB has never reached cult status in my view, and that is where expectations usually start. Too much was lumped on him from his start, given his abilities.
Then there is the owner (read, visible majority general manager). About the same level as the owner of the Redskins.
Owners, not coaches.
Both have reached the levels of the Raiders owner – too much of the thinking their business abilities apply to sport. Forgetting that in business, many times, there are levels of managers are between the boss and the pointy end of the spear and what applies in boardrooms won’t win on the battle field.
In fact, moral is often affected when the battle field smells the stink of the directors directly.
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