IRVING, Texas – Whatever positions the Cowboys might have been worried about at the start of the season, cornerback wasn’t really one of them. Of course not. This team had two starting cornerbacks who played in the Pro Bowl and a third who many thought would be a future starter on this team.
IRVING – Jason Garrett made all the right moves in his debut as an NFL head coach, including pushing the proper motivational buttons. One day after the re-energized Dallas Cowboys shocked the league with a 33-20 win over the New York Giants, Garrett received credit for supplying the motivational imagery that paved the way for just the team’s second victory of the season.
More Thoughts and Observations from the Shocker in New Jersey.
The Dallas Cowboys finally began to look like the team that everyone had expected them to look like this past Sunday in a 33-20 victory over NFC East rival New York. The Cowboys dominated the game from the opening quarter under interim head coach Jason Garret. It’s just one game however. The Cowboys (2-7) continue their disappointing season this week against the Detroit Lions, a team coming off of a disappointing loss this past week to Buffalo, lifting the Bills to their first win of the 2010 NFL Season.
Dallas Cowboys: Why a Disastrous 2010 Is Exactly What the Team Needed.