When I saw Dallas owner Jerry Jones enter the Cowboys dressing room on Sunday afternoon, I was geeked that I might have a chance to talk to him.
Sunday’s Lions-Cowboys game was exciting. Not only was there a dramatic, improbable comeback by Detroit to win the game 31-30, but there was also one of the best receivers in the NFL conducting a sideshow on the Cowboys sidelines.
The Lions turned the ball over four times, but thanks to some late game heroics they still managed to pull off a victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Calvin Johnson himself seemed a little shocked at the numbers he put up Sunday.
Matthew Stafford’s 1-yard lunge over a pile of linemen with 12 seconds left and Calvin Johnson’s 329 yards receiving lifted the Detroit Lions to a 31-30 comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
“I think a lot of people took it the wrong way,” Bryant said. “Clearly, I said there was no comparison.”
As the Lions prepare for their matchup with the Dallas Cowboys, they face the potential of missing both of their starting offensive tackles.
97.1 The Ticket’s Mike Valenti believes that this season, the time of hardship may soon be coming to a close for Lions fans.
He stands by his refusal to compare, but he also continues to dance around conceding that Johnson is the best.
“I believe I can do whatever he can do,” Bryant said, prompted to list what Johnson can do that Bryant cannot.