Jason Garrett tries to apply principles and see them through. He has talked about it extensively in his press conferences and it is at the root of what he calls "the process." It's interesting to watch people malign him for using the term and then have no idea what he means by it. It's why he stuck with Doug Free despite him struggling. It's why he tried to establish the run. He only told us a million times that he wanted a physical football team and that the running game was a big part of that. I imagine the Baltimore game encouraged him as to what the offense could look like. In fairness, however, it is also why he kept featuring Dez Bryant in game plans. How many calls for his head did we see after Bryant failed to cut in front of the face of the safety or not once but twice tried to field punts way over his head and towards the sideline? Dez came through only because Garrett gave him the chance to do so. This team played and played hard for Jason Garrett and for all the poopooing he gets I don't think anyone can really deny that. I also get the impression that many people here have never been in management positions and would have no idea what to do if given one. You cannot just give up on people when faced with adversity. You show a propensity to give up on people then they will give up on you. If you believe in something then you don't just give up on it because it doesn't work out right away. That is the only way you can get subordinates to 'buy into' what you are putting on them. If you don't show faith then they sure as heck won't. All of these things have been brought up a thousand times in Garrett's press conferences and it shouldn't be hard to figure out. People need to pay attention.