Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has caught only two passes after halftime this season.
Tony Romo says coverages are to blame.
Receivers coach Jimmy Robinson says it's a fluke.
And Bryant would rather not talk about any of it.
The less of an impact Bryant makes, the more of a story it becomes.
This is an incredibly talented second-year receiver who was supposed to be a major weapon in the Dallas offense, and he's become invisible in the third and fourth quarters as Dallas (2-3) heads into Sunday's game against St. Louis (0-5).
Every Cowboys games this season has been decided in the closing minutes.
They've lost three times, all by four points or less, and Bryant didn't catch a pass in the second half of any of those games.