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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Dez Bryant Poised For Greatest Season Ever by a Cowboys' Receiver

   As you send the kids back to school this week, prepare yourself for a history lesson as well.
   Because Dez Bryant is about to embark on the most prolific season ever by a Dallas Cowboys’ receiver. Stuff that in your backpack.
   For a franchise that boasts Hall-of-Famers Bob Hayes and Michael Irvin, ‘70s All-Decade member Drew Pearson and even the productive, petulant Terrell Owens, Bryant’s 2013 season will re-boot the record books.
   Barring injury of course, he’ll break Irvin’s team-record for catches (111 in ’95) and yards (1,603 in ’95), and Terrell Owens’ mark for touchdowns (15 in ’07).

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10 comments:

  1. should be "man against boys"

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    1. No thanks, I like my way better. That's why I wrote it.

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  2. Any response to the latest rambling from Greggo? I haven't heard it personally since it was a download or something. But apparently he says he never drank on the job and will be filing a lawsuit on you.

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    1. I'm sure Richie gives a rats ass about what that nutjob is going to do.

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    2. He cared enough about that 'nutjob' enough to write a 5 part tell all about him.

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    3. Correct. However, if you read my statement you will note that my point is about the "nutjobs" future plans. I didnt address Richie's 5 Part Essay on why Greggo is freaking insane.

      I will stand by my claim that Richie doesnt give a rats ass. Thank you for your time.

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    4. All I gotta say is....not hot. And on a side note, he looks like complete shit. Hope he is tackling the demons and not embracing them.

      http://greggosgiganticblogandcafe.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/lod0701.jpg

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  3. This prediction is insane. Dez Bryant will break none of the records. Bad offensive line does not give Tony Romo the time to throw long balls, bad running game allows the defense to focus on Bryant and Witten. Miles Austin and whomever else is left can be handled one-on-one. If Cowboys defense has improved significantly as you have suggested, teams will look to grind it out against the Boys, reducing the amount of high scoring games. All signs point to NO WAY. Bill2455

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  4. I love this team, it is one of my favorite. I've watched all the games. Follow the link if you want to know everything about this team.

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