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News: BTB:It's Getting Very Hard Not To Like What Garrett Is Doing With The Cowboys

Discussion in 'News Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    It's Getting Very Hard Not To Like What Garrett Is Doing With The Cowboys
    by One.Cool.Customer on Aug 18, 2011 3:25 PM CDT in Dallas Cowboys General


    I am finding it more and more difficult not to like what Garrett is doing with the Cowboys.

    When he was initially announced as the interim head coach, what I liked most about Garrett was simply his "Non-Wadeness". But then he went on and managed a 5-3 record. Okay, that wasn't exactly earth shattering, but still a lot better than the 1-7 record before.

    I fell hard for his organizational mantras like The Cowboy Way or The Right Kind of Guy. I learned to like the draft picks. More recently, all the little things Garrett is doing to affect a cultural change have resonated strongly with me. There's no question that it's my job as a fan to like all these things, but even when I step back and take a slightly more critical view, it's hard not to like what I see.
  2. realtick

    realtick Benched

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    I have no predictions to how well Garrett will do with the Cowboys. However, I'm buying what he's selling at this point.

    Just listening to him you can tell he's got a distinct vision of what he wants to do and is resolute in how he wants things done.

    That's a far cry from Wade's "gosh, I'm just glad you fellas like me" approach.

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