Cowboys' Bryant says he's playing against Steelers
"There are different ways to catch a ball," quarterback Tony Romo said. "He can probably tell you better than anybody just how to catch a football. I trust him. If he's going to put himself in that position, I know he's going to find a way to play at a certain level."
Bryant wants to keep playing for two reasons: the Cowboys (7-6) still have a shot at the playoffs, and he's in the best stretch of his career. The third-year pro has his first 1,000-yard season and has scored in a career-best five straight games.
Dallas has won four of five, and Bryant has 33 catches for 525 yards and seven TDs in that stretch.
"He certainly has a willingness to play," Garrett said. "We've just got to see if he can function the way he needs to."
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