Will the Dallas Cowboys regret letting Dez Bryant go?
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Will the Dallas Cowboys regret letting Dez Bryant go?

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The Dez Bryant era of the Dallas Cowboys has come to the close. The star wideout has been released by the team, leaving a legacy of spectacular games and frustrating moments. Many believe the Cowboys are better off without Bryant and the team was smart to cut him sooner rather than later. Others are distraught that the team let go of one of the best wide receivers in the game. What do you think? 🏈

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Dez Bryant may have been an elite receiver a couple years ago, but he hasn't done anything the last three years to suggest he deserves the money he's getting. 

Bryant only averaged 678 yards the last three years and looks constantly at odds with Dak Prescott's style of quarterbacking. He is no longer a good fit with the team or the direction the franchise is going. Both parties should benefit from this separation.

Just a few years ago, Dez Bryant was arguably the best wide receiver in the league. He may have run into injury problems here and there, but he still has the athletic ability to separate from anyone. It's not like he's declining that much. He just doesn't have a quarterback that can get him the ball. 

Any team would be lucky to have Bryant's skill set and production on the roster. The Dallas Cowboys are going to regret letting him go.

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