Wait just a minute..."unload the clips"? Was that a...::audible gasp::...reference to gun violence?! Unreal. I can't believe it's gotten to the point where professional football players from unfortunate backgrounds that play the most physically demanding sport on Earth have begun trying to intimidate each other with hypothetical weaponry. Especially when it was almost certainly unprovoked. Kinda reminds me of that time that one player was on the field waving a 'Louisville Slugger' at his opponent before - allegedly (Also See: Definitely) - slinging homophobic insults at him throughout the entirety of the game. Anyone remember what that guy's name was? It's sort of escaping me at the moment. Well, whoever he was, his half-hearted threat of a hate crime wasn't nearly as bad as Dez Bryant talking about packing his proverbial heater and toasting Josh Norman's ass worse than he did on this particular play...
Poor guy. Did you see how flustered he looked during his postgame speech? It's like the concept of going over the line while talking shit was completely foreign to him. Like he has never heard anyone say anything that might be construed as inappropriate, or even illegal, off the field while still on the field. That big old bully Dez Bryant just corrupted his mind by talking about potential criminal activity before, during, or after a game. Good on Josh Norman to take the high road here. I bet he didn't even need to hop from unfamiliar pedestal to unfamiliar pedestal to get up there either. He may an overpaid, exposed cornerback but he totalllllllly doesn't have an unforgivably hypocritical qualities, and that's way more important than simply letting his lackluster play speak for itself.