For the record, I believe Jason Garrett will get this team to +.500 football. In my opinion, the breakthrough will happen with better execution from the players and allowing his coordinators to assist him with tight, in-game situations. I think Garrett is the type of head coach who can put together solid gameplans, but totally depends on games to unfold as closely as he predicts they will play out. Last season's Green Bay game may be the best example. The first half gameplan overwhelmed the Packers. They had no answers. In the second half, it seems Garrett wanted to increase the huge lead and not sit on the ball. Unfortunately, he supported a second half gameplan which leaned on the pass more than the run. The strategy weighed heavily on player execution. When it did not happen, Green Bay capitalized on scoring opportunities surrendered by an increasingly week-to-week, hapless defense. Garrett could have made time of possession an ally. Sometimes, conservative football can be a good thing--especially if the other team has difficulty countering it.