He did. Twice actually. Once at halftime, once at the end of the game. If you are having a screaming watch with your quarterback, coaches, and tight end, that is considered a melt down.
it is hard to tell what the convo was like with Romo...if he was talking down to Romo like "why the fck you don't throw to me mfer" or if he was just enthusiastically saying "man I was open here and here you need to look me up"
the Witten thing is too much though...clearly he had said too much at that point
He should have kept his mouth shut, then Megatron wouldn't have had to embarrass him on national tv.
If you think about it Johnson wasn't actually trying to embarass him. Like any receiver Johnson runs his route and if the ball is thrown his way he tries to catch it. That's all he did yesterday just like any other game. It just so happened that the 'Boys decided on that day single coverage was a good idea (why did Rob Ryan get fired again? LOL) in a game where Bryant and Johnson's numbers were going to get compared by everyone thanks to an answer Bryant gave that wasn't that bad, though a more PR-savvy player wouldn't have said it.
The cameras caught Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant in an animated state in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Lions, as he was getting in the face of quarterback Tony Romo on the sidelines after a failed third-down attempt. However, Romo said it wasn't because Bryant was pleading his case for more passes.
In fact, Romo said Bryant has never complained about the amount of targets he sees. Bryant scored twice Sunday against the Lions, but had only three catches.
"He's a competitive guy," Romo said Sunday, per The Dallas Morning News. "He's never complained to me about getting the ball. He knows the ball is going to where it's supposed to. He knows that. I think more than anything it's about him willing the team.
"When you guys see emotion sometimes from Dez, it's just rah rah more than it is being a 'me guy.' That's not who Dez is. I think that would be completely out of character for him for it to be a 'me situation.' He does a great job. Sometimes, it's, 'Come on guys, we're better than this,' really emotionally. But he's never a selfish guy
also, Garrett just got done with a press conference minutes ago...he claims that everything Dez was saying was "positive" in nature
Garrett could be lying to the media obviously, but that's what he claims...