Who Needs Megatron? The Dallas Cowboys Have Optimus Prime

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Aug 24, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (88) celebrates his second quarter touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Desmond Demond Bryant. Does that name ring a bell? It should. But, to assist you in the matter we’ll refer to him by his more common moniker, Dez. If you’re still a little hazy on who I’m referring to, let’s do a small exercise.

Raise both of your arms in the air. Now while slightly bending at each elbow, bring your arms together until your forearms meet and cross. That symbol that you’re forming there is the official stamp of greatness. It is the letter “X” and is known worldwide as the celebratory motion given by Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant.

If you’re a fan of a rival NFL team and just performed this exercise, you’re welcome. Thank me later for that feeling of eliteness that just rushed from your toes and injected itself into your heart and soul. Now, run along. We’re busy here. Or stick around, you might learn something. Ok, not might. Will.

Where was I? Oh, yes. Cowboys’ WR Dez Bryant. The highly volatile player that rivals only Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo as media villain. The player that gets vilified for his every action even when the intent behind it is purely positive. I guess the saying holds true. The road to Hell is paved with, well, you know the rest. And it isn’t yellow bricks.

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