Jimmy was aggressive and forced the issue in game management and play calling. While he relied on Norv to actually call the plays, he had input and when to risk. One of my favorite stories is the '92 NFC Championship game. Rice just scored a touchdown and the 9ers pulled within three. The momentum had shifted and it appeared as if the 9ers were the best team. Norv called down to Jimmy and asked him what he wanted to do when they got the ball. I think Norv said something like, "Do you want to run out the clock or what?" Jimmy said, "I want to score." Well don't we all. But if you recall, Jimmy went for a fourth and one and didn't make it earlier in the game. So the I want to score comment was not an isolated risk, but a calculated keep the pressure on the other team decision throughout the game. The question is this. Dallas miraculously makes the NFC Championship game. Garrett somehow has the team poised late in the game. He has to make the decision to go for broke or play it safe. Which would you do? Be aggressive or be passive and try to run out the clock? Now we have to assume the defense is playing at an NFL top ten level and not the community college strata we saw last year. You shouldn't predicate your response on "Well,. the defense couldn't beat Slippery Rock if they were spotted twenty points." So, no guts no glory, or milk the clock and say a mumbled prayer?