It didn’t take long for Jason Garrett to try to put his stamp on the Cowboys.
He made the team practice in full pads on Wednesday, something Wade Phillips rarely did in training camp, much less ten weeks into the regular season.
Garrett address the team for the first time and spoke about the message he wants to send when he met the media on Monday.
“Wade is no longer the coach,” Garrett said. “I am the coach. We have to put the first eight games of the season behind us, we have
to learn from them and we need to go forward. One of the things that I
talk to the players about all the time is embracing the moment,
embracing the day, being great today.”