NFL News : Dez Bryant calls his performance 'unacceptable'

Dez Bryant calls his performance 'unacceptable'

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Dallas Cowboys star receiver Dez Bryant didn't have a good showing against two star corners in two weeks, and he's admitting it. Still, says Bryant, life goes on.

Per ESPN, Bryant spoke on his 102 yards and one touchdown over two games. 

"Of course that's not acceptable, but this is the National Football League," Bryant said. "Things are going to go right and then when they do, it's going to be the exact opposite ... Everything is going to be great," said Bryant. 

"You got to treat the lows like the highs and highs like the lows. That's what it's about. This is minor. That is minor to us. If we focus on that, pay attention to that, we are just feeding into what everybody is talking about. We can't do none of that. We understand how this game goes. These are great football players and great teams we are going up against. It's not just me and him. It's everything. It's 11 guys versus 11 guys. That's the last thing on our mind because we know when it hits, it hits."

In the opener, Bryant was matched up mostly against New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins. In Week 2, he saw Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr. of the Denver Broncos. On Monday, he faces Patrick Peterson.

"He is a super athlete, that’s who he is," Bryant said. "He is a helluva corner. He is arguably the best cornerback in the league. The guys is phenomenal. You got to be ready when you are going up against a guy like that. A real friend of mine. He knows how I am. I know how he is. It's going to be pretty darn good matchup Monday."

Bryant said he loves that he sees the best cornerbacks each week. He said his practice approach has been "phenomenal."

"There is no pressure. It's no pressure. It's my job. It's what I do," Bryant said. "This is the National Football League. My confidence is sky-high. It's going to always be that way. Monday night I got another shot at it. I can't wait. I can't wait to get out there Monday."

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Source: ESPN · Photo Credit: Keystone Press Agency