Cowboys are learning how to close out games in a winning fashion
By Clarence E. Hill Jr.
IRVING -- When Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett started harping on game situations back in training camp in San Antonio, it was likely met with a few rolled eyes from his players.
He would go over every detail of the final 2 minutes of a half and the game from an offensive, defensive and special teams perspective.
Garrett took it even further when the Cowboys got back to the team's Valley Ranch training complex at camp, installing scoreboards on the practice field so they could practice situations like it was an actual game.
Garrett's attitude about the details of game situations and learning how to finish games strongly in the fourth quarter has manifested itself on the field in the past two wins of what is a four-game winning streak for the NFC East-leading Cowboys....
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There's no right way to do the wrong thing.
To compete for the playoffs, Dallas has to improve here: Only four sacks against Eli Manning over the past six games!