• Jason Garrett: Cowboys are not a desperate football team

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 8, 2012
    Jason Garrett said no earlier in the week when asked if the Cowboys are a desperate team heading into Philadelphia. IRVING – Despite a 3-5 record, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says his team is not desperate. “I just don’t like the word at all,” Garrett said. Defensive end Jason Hatcher agreed it's a game the Cowboys have to win, but like his coach dismissed the term desperate. But when asked if the Cowboys were desperate as they prepared to face NFC East rival in a pivotal game Sunday, quarterback Tony Romo echoed his coach’s comments. But that adjective is not in head coach Jason Garrett’s lexicon and he certainly wouldn’t use it to characterize his team. Like the Cowboys, they have an NFC-leading 19 turnovers.
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      DALLAS COACH Jason Garrett insists the Cowboys aren't desperate. Evidence suggests otherwise. The Cowboys (3-5) have lost four of their past five games heading into Sunday's matchup at Philadelphia. The Eagles have the same record, so logic suggests the…
      Source: philly.com

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