Lost in all the hoopla surrounding Dallas Cowboys rookie sensations Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott during Sunday's thrilling win over the Steelers was Dez Bryant's inspiring performance.

Yes, he finished with six catches for 116 yards and a touchdown. Great numbers by anyone's standards. But it was that he did all that damage to the Steelers secondary a day after his dad died that left his teammates and coaching staff in awe.

After the game, Bryant was given a game ball for his spectacular effort under heartbreaking circumstances.

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Dez receiving the game ball from Coach Garrett. #DALvsPIT pic.twitter.com/S3scTt6DIJ

— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) November 14, 2016

Fellow Cowboys wideout Cole Beasley said Bryant was fighting tears throughout the game.

Cole Beasley on Dez Bryant playing with tears in his eyes: The whole game he was emotional. He was out there balling for his dad.

— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) November 14, 2016

Bryant's talent is on display most weeks, but this Sunday we got a very clear look at his heart.