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September 17, 2012

Bryant says there were plays he should have made, but Seattle loss is not a setback

Dez Bryant dropped a pass as a Cowboys drive short-circuited in the first half against Seattle, part of a frustrating day for the receiver and the offense.

“There were plays I should have made, and I didn’t,” he said. “Have to move on from it.”

Bryant caught only three passes for 17 yards.

“It was frustration. It’s all about trying to get over it and see if we can move on from it,” Bryant said. “It was tough times in this game. We have to put this behind us and move forward.”

On falling behind 10-0 and the special teams problems, Bryant said, “No need to get into much detail. We just got out played in all phases. We have to let this ride and see what we can learn. We need to learn from mistakes and move on to the next game.”

But Bryant remained optimistic.

“Not a setback,” he said. “Just going in and learning from the mistakes and going on to the  next game.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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