Look: Dez Bryant Has Brutally Honest Message For Cowboys

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The Dallas Cowboys started the 2022 season in disastrous fashion with a 19-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday night.

To make matters worse, Dak Prescott is going to miss the next six to eight weeks with an injury.

Former Cowboys star Dez Bryant thinks Prescott's injury is the team's last concern right now, however.

It appears that Bryant is concerned about the Cowboys' preparation they do during the week leading up to practice.

This reflects directly back on head coach Mike McCarthy.

"I have a lot to say about the Cowboys [loss] last night but I don't need to get into people's feelings about the truth.

But if I'm Jerry, I'm going to take the boys back to the canyon farm to practice," Bryant said.

Dez Bryant clearly thinks the Cowboys played a sloppy game, which is never a good sign in Week 1.

That's what all those days in training camp are for.

Unfortunately for the Cowboys, the sledding is going to be tough out here.

With Prescott sidelined, the Dallas quarterback is expected to move on with Cooper Rush.

The Rush and the Cowboys fight the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday.