There’s been a whole lot of talking about Dez Bryant and Josh Norman, and the fact that Josh Norman won’t stop talking.
The Washington Redskins cornerback is
definitely likely still sore about the fact that his team was on the receiving end of the Dallas Cowboys’ tenth consecutive victory on Thanksgiving Day.
Josh Norman and Dez Bryant were obviously squabbling (do turkeys squabble?) throughout the game, and just because the time ran out on the clock doesn’t mean that it does on Norman’s mouth. He’s gone on and on about Dez Bryant – almost to a degree of infatuation – and it appears this rivalry won’t be going away anytime soon (even though the Redskins might).
The latest person to chime in on this “rivalry” was Pro Football Hall of Famer and Dallas Cowboys Legend, Michael Irvin. The Playmaker compared the feud to one he experienced in his playing days with fellow HOFer Deion Sanders.
@michaelirvin88 compares his rivalry w/ @DeionSanders when they were players to the rivalry between Norman & Dez. https://t.co/JQLFSa0569
Irvin – in typical fashion – states things so poetically. It isn’t a matter of Norman shutting Dez down or Dez destroying Norman for a big statistical day. Football is a team game and the only team statistic is how many wins and losses you have.
Thanksgiving Day saw Dez Bryant’s team get the win, and Josh Norman’s get the loss. Conversation over.