The Dallas Cowboys are working on fixing how they get the ball to wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Bryant has been a decoy too many times this season, and while he leads the team with 52 catches for 749 yards on a team-high 90 targets, in four games he has caught four passes or fewer.
Bryant won't get into specifics, but did say the offense is developing ideas to get him the ball in coverage.
"You will see what happens," Bryant said after a short Monday practice following the bye week. "I've been seeing (double coverage) for a (while) now; we’ve been working on it."
No surprises here as teams with stud receivers often have to adapt to defenses. In an Oct. 27 game at Detroit, Bryant didn't get a pass thrown his way until late in the first half. In Bryant's last game, two weeks ago at New Orleans, he had just one catch for 44 yards.