08:02 AM ET 10.19 | In the eyes of his critics, Dez Bryant has an unfortunate new second-half act: disappearing. [Jerry Jones] said Bryant needs to work harder and run better routes, while hinting that his route running led to some of quarterback Tony Romo's interceptions. At least three of Romo's interceptions this season have come on passes attempted to Bryant, including one on Sunday against the Patriots. "Dez needs to concentrate," Jones said. "I'm not being critical of him, but he needs to continue to concentrate on his route running because there's a reason for harping on running correct routes even though you're a great receiver and that is it gets you open and it causes other people to get open as well if each receiver will run his route."