Fletcher fires up linebacker corps, one last time
Cowboys fans had a major scare in the first quarter when Dez Bryant looked to be injured. With the Cowboys backed up on their own goal line, Tony Romo threw an incomplete pass down the sideline to Bryant. He hit the ground hard and rolled in pain for a few moments.
Bryant got up on his own power but was seen holding his shoulder and he did not come back out for the third down play before the Cowboys were forced to punt.
Bryant never took his helmet off. He'll be back.— Tarik El-Bashir (@TarikCSN) December 22, 2013
Whatever the injury was, it didn't affect Bryant, as he hauled in a second quarter TD to give the Cowboys a 14-6 lead at halftime.