ARLINGTON, Texas As the Sunday sun was setting on Cowboys Stadium, two old Dallas quarterbacks compared notes on the deeper meaning of the home team's 16-10 win over Tampa Bay, a victory that moves Dallas to 2-1 but also keeps the club perilously close to being "just another .500 team.''
"Over the years, we've score a lot of points in games and done it with an offense that was aesthetically pleasing, but we ended up losing the game,'' Jason Garrett told Troy Aikman.
"Wins are hard to come by, so you take 'em when you can,'' Troy Aikman responded to Jason Garrett.
And it's true. On a day when the Cowboys raised their five Super Bowl banners (enlarged versions of the old ones that once flew at Texas Stadium) and celebrated the 35th and 20th anniversary of the franchise's championships, Sunday served as a reminder that these aren't the '78 Cowboys of Doomsday and Roger Staubach or the '92 "How 'Bout Them Cowboys'' featuring a stifling defense and the Aikman-led offense. (Or even the '9...