Dez Bryant says Cowboys didn't work hard enough in 8-8 seasons
The Dallas Cowboys are having an excellent season.
That hasn't stopped talk about their three-year consecutive run of 8-8 seasons.
And star wide receiver Dez Bryant acknowledged that the Cowboys simpley didn't work hard enough those years.
"The years that we did go 8-8, I think, me, because this is just how I am, I don’t think we worked hard enough,” Bryant told reporters. “I’m not saying we didn’t work, like, I mean the offseason, during the OTAs — not the coaches. That’s on us. The first thing that I did right after the game, we lost to Philadelphia, my brother will tell you. I was working out the next day. Just because I felt like ‘Damn, we didn’t do enough.’
"Obviously we didn’t do enough, they was the better team. It feels different, it’s a lot different — it’s a lot different from last year. We’re more together, we want it more, we’ve got the same vision, and that’s kind of hard when you’ve got a team like that.”
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun