Dez Bryant has had a down couple of years and it's showing up greatly in the stats
"In 2017, he is on pace to average by far the fewest yards per reception of his career (11.0) and this season will most likely be Bryant’s third year in a row that he has failed to gain 1,000 yards receiving after recording three straight seasons with more than 1,200 yards from 2012-2014. Over the last three seasons, Bryant has combined to score just 18 touchdowns, only two more than his total from just 2014 alone (16)."
Still, he does excel in 1 category:
"Bryant remains one of the most dangerous players in the league with the ball in his hands. He has forced 12 missed tackles on just 58 receptions this season. That’s more than all but two other wide receivers (Golden Tate + Jarvis Landry) in the NFL entering Week 14. On a per reception basis, Bryant’s 0.20 forced missed tackles per reception is the second-highest rate at his position (minimum of 50 receptions) to Golden Tate (0.25) and the highest among traditional outside receivers."
Source: Pro Football Focus · Photo Credit: Keystone Press Agency