Dez Bryant appeared to lay the ground work for his best pro season with an outstanding training camp.
For that to happen he must overcome a slow start.
The Cowboys receiver has caught seven passes for 102 yards and fails to rank among the NFL’s top 50 players in either of those categories. He has just four receptions in his last six quarters.
Seattle’s big, physical corners gave Bryant fits, holding him to three receptions for 17 yards in the Cowboys loss. He was targeted seven times.
“I thought at times he did a good job,’’ head coach Jason Garrett said. “Other times, he didn’t win on enough routes.