These Twitter feuds are now becoming commonplace. In the latest I’m-going-to-slam-you-in-140-words-or-less Dez Bryant wasn’t pleased after ESPN’s Skip Bayless challenged Bryant’s maturity for saying he would try and reach 2,000 yards this season:

Just when I thought it was safe to trust the “maturing” Dez, he makes a “me” statement about 2K yds instead of a “we” about making playoffs. 7:22 PM – 27 Mar 13

Of course, Bryant responded:

Correction…i was asked a question.. i didn’t predict anything…basically all i said was it was possible @RealSkipBayless8:14 PM – 27 Mar 13

My bad skip I forgot you and your buddy get paid to twist up stories whenever you already know the truth @RealSkipBayless 8:16 PM – 27 Mar 13

Well, there’s a bit of truth to Bryant’s statement. Skip Bayless and his co-host Stephen A. Smith are notorious for cynical debate which relies heavily on the sports drama of the day–real or created. 

Bayless didn’t respond to Bryant’s last email, but I’m sure he’ll have plenty to say on his show Thursday.

In the meantime I would advise Dez Bryant not to do too much talking. As the adage says, ‘you can show’em better than you can tell’em!’

Your Jersey Girlfriend,

~Angela Davis