Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant feels that he has earned the "respect" of the New York Giants after being the focal point of their defensive gameplan.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has revealed that he does not mind being the focal point of his opponents' defensive gameplans as he feels that he is being showed "respect".
Bryant caught just four passes for 22 yards in his side's victory against the New York Giants at AT & T Stadium.
"If teams want to continue to keep doing that, we'll continue to keep doing what we're doing," Bryant told ESPNDallas.com. "I honestly feel like it's respect.
"You're respecting me, so therefore, it's always good to see somebody else shine. When it opens up for me, I'm going to do what I love to do, and that's make plays."
Dallas face the Kansas City Chiefs next week.
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