But he has no touchdowns through two games and is coming off a game against the Seattle when he had just three catches for 17 yards, two drops, a fumble and a muffed punt.
The Cowboys say Bryant struggled at times against press coverage against the Seahawks but they are not ready to push the panic button.
The former No. 1 pick had four catches for 85 yards in the season opener against the Giants so consistency is also an issue.
Quarterback Tony Romo says Bryant will be fine and just needs to continue to do what he has been doing and that’s working hard in practice.
"I just think Dez needs to come to work hard everyday like he’s doing and continue to get better as a wide receiver," Romo said. "I think he's doing that."
Bryant should have a big game Sunday against a Buccaneers pass defense that ranks last in the league.
If not, then one of the other Cowboys receivers should go off.
Short of either, then it will be time to be concerned.