is the ability of the coaching staff to make adjustments in their game plan over the course of a game. To me, this was the real difference-maker in our Super Bowl years, especially when Johnson was the coach. I still remember vividly our ability to create "momentum changers" (as Johnson was fond of calling them) to turn the tide in our favor. Such was the case in the '92 NFC Championship game vs. SF. Although the game was tied 10-10 at halftime, the Cowboys made some crucial adjustments, coupled with key momentum changers, that eventually won the game for us. The same happened in the 2nd SB against Buffalo. I believe we were down 13-0 at the half in that game, and again made some key adjustments defensively and offensively--coupled with some key momentum changers (i.e., J. Washington's fumble recovery for a touchdown and his subsequent INT; Aikman's deep passes to A. Harper) that won us the game. In this age of ever-increasing parity, the ability of coaches to make key adjustments over the course of a game is sometimes the major difference between winning and losing. This year's team--on paper--is perhaps the best we have had in about 6-10 years. If Parcells and Co. fail to make necessary adjustments, we will see more losses than wins. Yes, we are a fairly young team, but so was that '92 team. I believe we are too talented to allow coaching glitches to cost us games.