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Jason Garrett Scores His First Win As Cowboys Head Coach

November 15th, 2010 by Editor

In his first week after taking over as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett — formerly the team’s offensive coordinator — led his 1-7 team to victory on the road over the first place New York Giants with the help of several big plays. The Cowboys came to play yesterday for their new coach, scoring on a 70-yard touchdown reception, and a 101-yard (yes, you’re reading that correctly) interception return for a touchdown. The Cowboys got a measure of revenge on their rivals Sunday, after New York essentially ended their season two weeks ago in Dallas. They still have a long way to go to get back to where they want to be in the standings, but for at least a few days, they can rejoice in a big win driven by a full team effort and an inspired new coach.

Watch some of Garrett’s work as the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator in this coach-centric episode of Hard Knocks. — Michael Rosenblum for Hulu

Last comment: Nov 22nd 2015 1 Comment
  • druck says:

    One swallow doesn’t make a summer. For me isn´t Jason Garrett a good coach, he is absolutely overrated. And with Jason Garett or without Jason Garret, the Dallas Cowboys never will again win the Super Bowl.. Not in the next February and also never again. Even if now many fans are sad about that.