It was a wild Sunday in the NFL as records were broken — or nearly in the case of Calvin Johnson. Meanwhile, Dez Bryant was breaking down on the sidelines while he watched Johnson catch 14 passes for 329 yards in an explosive performance against the ‘Boys.
Dez Bryant Melts Down as Megatron Posts Second Best Receiving Game in NFL History
Calvin Johnson took to the field to respond to the comments Dez Bryant made prior to the game.
The Cowboys’ star receiver claimed that he “could do what he can do” in reference to Johnson’s play making abilities. That didn’t necessarily hold true as Bryant received three catches for a very human 72 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Johnson very nearly broke the NFL record for most receiving yards in a game when he caught 14 passes for 329 yards. He was seven yards short of the record posted by Flipper Anderson in 1989.
Dez Bryant responded like prima donna stars often do — by throwing a hissy fit on the Cowboys sideline. It looks like Romo got the worst of it.
The Lions ended up winning the game on an incredibly unlikely last minute 80-yard miracle drive led by QB Matthew Stafford.
Terrelle Pryor Sets Longest QB Touchdown Run Record
Terelle Pryor ran the ball 92 yards on the first play of the game, setting the record for longest touchdown run by a QB in NFL history. The record was formerly held by ex-Steeler Kordell Stuart for his 80-yarder. In the process, Pryor also beat the franchise record previously held by Bo Jackson by a single yard.
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