Washington Redskins and Cowboys Players Get into Twitter Feud

(CBS SPORTS) Dez Bryant and Josh Norman went at each other four hours on the field, and things spilled over following the game.

During multiple occasions the two were spotted mouthing at one another, and the pair got involved in a tussle during the handshakes following the 31-26 Dallas win on Thursday in Arlington.

But the serious smack talk didn't really kick off until after the game, when Dez decided to take to Twitter and absolutely roast Norman by posting film of himself beating the corner on routes.

The first one in particular he posted was of him turning Norman into a pretzel on a deep route that Dak Prescott never saw.

Dez posted a link to the play in question and said he will be spending the whole week posting film on "how Norman got exposed."

But Dez wasn't done. Someone questioned his comment, and he fired back that Norman can't cover one-on-one and that he was beat on "so many routes."

But wait -- there's more. As he was walking back to the locker room, Bryant told the Redskins they needed to get a refund on the $75 million contract they handed Norman this offseason.

The comment had shades of Norman's trash-talking after shutting down Bryant last year, when he told the Cowboys to get their $70 million back.

The Cowboys receiver proceeded to claim he basically felt bad for Norman in his postgame presser, saying Norman can't back up all the talk he issues during the week.

"He just be talkin', man. It's stupid. It's really stupid. He's just not about that life. He's not," Bryant said. "He's not about that life -- not at all. It's to the point where I might just leave him alone. But after this week I've got to put film out -- how I done him. After that, I'll leave him alone."

All told Bryant didn't finish with a huge statline, catching five balls for 72 yards, but he could've had a huge day if Prescott threw in his direction more often.

According to Pro Football Focus, Prescott only targeted Norman five times on Saturday, with Dez catching three of those for 32 yards.

There's no doubt who won the ultimate battle either: The Redskins had chances to pull off an upset, and ultimately covered the seven-point spread, but it was a Cowboys offensive showcase on Thursday night that helped propel Dallas to a 10-1 record on the season and a season sweep of the Redskins.

You're probably going to want to stay tuned to Dez's Twitter account throughout the week though.

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