Dallas Cowboys: Swagger Is Not a Talent, It’s a Result

January 30, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Over the past two to three years, media, fans and coaches alike have discussed the need for "swagger."
So much so, it begs the question as to whether or not they really know what "swagger" is.
Or how to get it, because it's not something you can teach and you don't get it in an instant. It has to be earned.
The Cowboys of the early 90s under Jimmy Johnson had swagger. They had been to the hill and conquered it. They had risen from the ashes of a 1-15 season and had climbed to the top of the NFL, taking no prisoners along the way.
They had manned up against the then-powerful Redskins and beaten them. Then they went into San Francisco and spit in the eye of the 49'ers. They had faced all comers and had out-hit and out-manned the bullies of the NFL, and had become world champions.
Sure, they lost occasionally, but those were few and far between. By and large, these Cowboys came to play, and when they were through, there was another "W" in the win column.

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