Determined to continue the success he had in late 2012, Dez Bryant is diligent in his drills. And Dallas' former problem child is taking on a leadership role in practice. This might be the year Bryant truly becomes great.
The Dallas Cowboys don't just need DeMarco Murray to win; they can't win without him. They had the league's 31st-ranked rushing attack a year ago, with Murray sidelined six games, and that has to change. It's about to.