Bryant’s Frustration Beginning To Boil

October 19th, 2009

Antonio Bryant’s name was barely mentioned yesterday and the losing and lack of opportunities are starting to get to him.

Though he’s been the healthiest all season, Bryant got few balls thrown to him and he’s upset, so notes Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times.

The frustration is clearly starting to set in after a game in which he had a limited number of touches. After two catches on Sunday, Bryant made reference to limited opportunities and was asked whether he deserved more.

“You tell me,” he said. “This is probably the best I’ve felt all this year. I’ve had a lot of great results on this (injured) knee.

“All I can do is. . . control what I can control. That’s going out there, running the routes, trying to get open and being where I’m supposed to be so it shows up on film, the right people see it and something gets done about it.”

Who exactly are the right people? Bill Belicheat? Danny Snyder? Oh, that’s right, tamperer Tuna.

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