IRVING, Texas (AP) - Dez Bryant and Jason Witten shouted at each other in a sideline scene that overshadowed a stunning loss, with the potential to reverberate if the Dallas Cowboys let it.
Bryant's antics are the least of the problems for Dallas with a defense facing more injury issues after allowing a last-second touchdown and the most yards in franchise history in Detroit's 31-30 win.
The offense is sputtering, too, after consecutive hit-and-miss games without brittle running back DeMarco Murray, who is likely to return Sunday against Minnesota.
The Cowboys say they've put a pair of second-half tantrums from Bryant behind them, and Tony Romo says they have to make sure they don't get hung up on the Detroit loss.
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