Found November 11, 2011 on Sportsday:
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Grading Jason Garrett's first year

IRVING, Texas Its easy to forget that Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett inherited one of the worst situations in franchise history. And its worth remembering that he played a significant role in the Cowboys 1-7 start last season that resulted in the midseason firing of Wade Phillips. Now that Garrett has 16 games under his belt as head coach, its time to take account of his overall...

Like coach Jason Garrett, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't know what to expect out of LB Sean Lee on Sunday against Buffalo

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Cowboys better in first year of Garrett

IRVING, Texas (AP) -- In his first season's worth of games running the Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett has succeeded in changing the culture around the club. He shook up the daily routine, tightened rules and made life in general more rigid. With an emphasis on "passion, emotion and enthusiasm," and "being great today," his approach immediately stabilized the...

Dallas Cowboys: Where is the Heart?

It may not be easy being a fan; The Dallas Cowboys, also known as  ‘Americas Team’, sure haven’t shown their fans that being a ‘die hard’ is worth it. Doesn’t seem they are hungry enough for the title.. The problem lies within not only Jerry Jones, but Tony Romo. Jerry for not letting the coach’s do their thing, and Tony for worrying about being pretty other than...

Keep Throwing

Depending on who you ask, it was either Tony Romo's best game, or his worst, the 2007 Monday night affair in Buffalo. However, his response taught the Cowboys a lot about their young quarterback.

A Look Back At Jason Garrett's First 16 Games

With Sunday's win in Seattle, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has now been in charge for the equivalent of a full season. His overall record: 9-7. Not bad! Not great, but not putrid. In the Double J Era, here is where his first 16 games stack up against his predecessors: Wade Phillips: 13-3 Bill Parcells: 10-6 Dave Campo: 5-11 Chan Gailey: 10-6 Barry Switzer...

Deion Sanders: Jerry Jones Gives Cowboys Fans False Hope Every Year

The Dallas Cowboys are no longer the Cowboys of 1990s.  We all know that.  Even the younger players on the team know that.  As long as Tony Romo continues to find ways to lose games and the Cowboys prove they lack toughness, they will not return to the top of the football universe. Yet Dallas [...]
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