Any ways you be the judge.
Not bad. I'm not saying that it wasn't a good outing and I'm not saying he's not having a good start to the season.
Here's what Dez did Monday night.
4 receptions for 54 yards and 2 touchdowns, 93 yard punt return for TD, and no fumbles.
I guess what I need is some critirea that Topps uses for picking it's ROW. Is it total yards recieving for recievers? TD's, total yards gained? Leading all rookies in yards per game? Or is it an individual effort per game?
Obviously not the last ones, since Dez had 3 TD and if you count the punt return run back almost 150 yards gained. Now I'm no Dallas fan or Dez Bryant for that matter, but facts is facts and who would you rather see on the ROW card? Truely?
Last week I thought for sure Colt McCoy deserved it and this week I think Dez Bryant deserved it.
Maybe Topps is trying to purposely get away from their "bandwagoning" ways of picking the hottest stars to boast sales, Strasburg anyone. And has anyone notice how many different Strasburg cards are in Topps Update?? A lot, but probably fewer than a million.
Am I wrong here? True I don't get to watch every game but stats are stats. And in my opinion Dez Bryant stood out in Week 7 espcially when you consider that his 2 TD's came from the back up QB Kitna, who, yes I realize has some experience, if you can call it that with the Lions. And who knows maybe Kitna will step up and kick some ass. Matt Cassell anybody? Kitna didn't do to shabby from coming in on off the bench either. Not great but pretty damn good.
I'm sure it's hard to get thrown in the game when your runner up to Tony Romo and probably only get to touch the football when helping the ball boy.