Dez Bryant live tweeted the Cowboys-Eagles game

Dez Bryant live tweeted his support for the Cowboys while injured.
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By Rachel Wold

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was out of the game physically on Sunday, but he was there with his team in heart and spirit, thanks to Twitter.

To show support for his team while they played on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles, Bryant live tweeted throughout the contest to cheer on the ‘Boys.

Little did Bryant know when he tweeted this that Romo would be joining him on the sideline for several weeks to come.

Perhaps all the good vibes Bryant was sending via the internet helped his team. The Cowboys rose to the top despite Bryant’s absence and despite losing Romo to a broken clavicle in the second half.

The bottom line was the Eagles were clearly outplayed on all levels by Dallas. This was evident by the fact that Eagles fans actually booed Sam Bradford and his offensive teammates on several occasions during the game.

Next up for the Cowboys is a home game against the Atlanta Falcons. If Bryant is unable to attend the game, we can be sure to get live play-by-plays by peeking in on his Twitter account.

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