The Dallas Cowboys had a dramatic, come from behind victory over the rival New York Giants in Week One. But the Cowboys also took a heavy loss in that game, losing Pro Bowl wide receiver, Dez Bryant for at least the next 8 weeks. Bryant suffered a broken bone in his foot in the fourth quarter. So what does this mean for America's team?
Now Dez Bryant wasn't the only option for Tony Romo in the game. In fact, Cowboys running back, Joseph Randle was the top receiver in the game for either side. But other options include wide receivers Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley, as well as tight ends Jason Witten and Gavin Escobar. So there shouldn't be too much worry in the Cowboy fan base.
But if the Cowboys want to make a move for the time being, they don't have too many options. The two options that really come to mind are Reggie Wayne and Wes Welker. Both are closer to retirement than their prime, but they are capable of making a little bit of an impact while Beasley and Williams carry most of the load.
As a Patriots fan, there is nothing that makes me happier about the Pats facing the Cowboys than knowing that their young secondary won't have to worry about Dez Bryant. Although, it is going to be hard to see the Cowboys take the field without Dez.
By Jordan Leandre @Jordan_BBS