Dez Bryant hopes to "put on a show" in first regular season game

Wide receiver Dez Bryant #88 of the Dallas Cowboys calls for a touchdown on a reach into the endzone by Anthony Amos against the Oakland Raiders in the fourth quarter of a preseason game on August 9, 2013
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant says that the team will be looking to put on a show in their opening game of the regular season.

Dez Bryant has said that the Dallas Cowboys will be aiming to "put on a show" during their first game of the regular season.

The NFC East side will face divisional rivals the New York Giants next weekend, having beaten the same opponents in week one last year.

The wide receiver told the team's website: "It's what everybody wants to see. Both teams are going to come in, and we want to put on a show.

"It doesn't matter who we play, just because it's the beginning of the season. Football is back. Pre-season is not the season. That football is totally different from the actual game. Everything counts. You've got the starters playing. We're looking to battle all four quarters."

Bryant had 1,382 receiving yards and scored 12 touchdowns for the Cowboys last season.

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