Dallas Cowboys: Can Jimmy Johnson’s Advice Make Jason Garrett Next Best Thing?

February 19, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For most Cowboys fans, the Super Bowl pregame in Dallas held more meaning than the game between the Packers and the Steelers.
Out of all of the tragic occurrences of the 2010 season, which ended with the Pittsburgh Steelers having a birth in the first Super Bowl to ever be played in Dallas while the 6-10 Cowboys played golf, there were a couple of silver linings that made the day just a wee bit more bearable:
With the Packers jumping out to a big lead and then holding on to defeat the Steelers 31-25, it saved Cowboys fans the humiliation of being forced to watch as the Steelers accepted the Lombardi trophy in Cowboys stadium.
The main event of the day for most was the pregame session with Troy Aikman, Daryl Johnston, Michael Irvin, Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson sitting around, discussing the Cowboys dynasty of the 90's and, for a brief time, allowing the Cowboys fans to bask in the glow of the last great team to play in Dallas.
At least Jerry was kind enough to arra...

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