Dez Bryant's ridiculous one-handed TD catch moved him past a Cowboys icon
If you thought the Dallas Cowboys offense was just a two-man show, Dez Bryant reminded you Monday night that he’s still an explosive threat.
Bryant hauled in a spectacular one-handed juggling catch despite Detroit Lions cornerback Johnson Bademosi being flagged for pass interference.
The touchdown tied the score at 21 heading into halftime. Bryant’s score also broke his tie with Cowboys icon Michael Irvin for second-most touchdowns in franchise history.
No, Bryant is not star Ezekiel Elliott or Dak Prescott, but the veteran receiver can still play a big role in the Cowboys’ Super Bowl hopes.