When your team is 2-6 at midseason, you're probably not having a good day. So if you're the Cowboys' Dez Bryant and the press asks you, well, anything, you'll probably go off on them like this:
Apparently the tirade came from Bryant claiming a reporter used the N-word in the locker room when talking to another player. Of course, that reporter said he didn't do it (and honestly, even if someone were predisposed to using that heinous word, would they be stupid enough to put their credentials and lockerroom access on the line by saying it?). Regardless, this is likely just internal pressure being released by an erstwhile superstar who has only played in four games this year for a team that lost its starting QB and is riding a 6-game losing streak. But hey, he also did this after Dallas' loss to Seattle the week before when he said:
Stay the [expletive] away. Why don't you all get the [expletive] out of here? This is our [expletive] locker room. You [expletive] dirty [expletive].
I think what we're learning about Bryant is every week this season that the Cowboys lose their game, Bryant will lose his shit against the press.