The Dallas Cowboys turned in what might be their most disappointing performance over the past few years after they took the field on Sunday and lost to a win-less New York Jets team.
That cushy 3-0 start they had is now 3-3. The third-straight loss came on the heels of losing to the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers, so you can see why the team needed this win badly, at least for team morale.
When asked if he thought Jason garrett should be fired, he chose to leave that question alone.
Bryant also made reference to what he felt was a shot at Garrett by former quarterback Tony Romo, who was broadcasting the game for CBS.
Him not answering speaks volumes to what he really thinks. Dez had a lot to say about Garrett after he got cut from the Cowboys, so we already know his feelings towards his former head coach.