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In fact, Williams responded by challenging Bryant's manhood.
“He needs to step up and be a man," Williams told reporters in the Baltimore locker room after the Ravens' win. "You can’t be a baby about stuff. You’ve got to man up. It’s one-on-one. Mano-a-mano. I got you. Sometimes you’re going to win. Sometimes you’re going to lose.
"You’ve just got to be a man and accept responsibility, give credit where credit is due. If it was me, I’d say, you know what, he made the play and I didn’t. Bottom line. Don’t complain and look for a flag, man.”
Williams had tight coverage on the play, a back-shoulder fade similar to Bryant's touchdown on the previous snap, but it's not as if he deserves credit for denying Bryant. The ball bounced off Bryant's chest, a pass he should have caught.
BALTIMORE -- Dez Bryant's complaints about pass interference on Sunday's critical failed two-point conversion didn't go over well with Ravens cornerback Cary Williams.