Thanksgiving: The Perfect Time For Jason Garrett Heroics

Posted: 26th November 2009 by Gene Strother in NFL
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Dateline Thanksgiving Day, 1994 - The Dallas Cowboys staggered into the holiday match-up with the Green Bay Packersùa team they had owned throughout the '90sùbattered and beaten. A worried Cowboys nation nervously gnawed Turkey legs and anxiously awaited the afternoon kickoff, sure this would not go well. After all, Cowboys hall of fame-bound quarterback Troy Aikman was injured and would not play. To make matters worse, the more-than-capable backup QB Rodney Peete was hurt, as well. The Cowboys were down to their third string quarterback, a redhead named Jason Garrett. Everyone knew Garrett had the grey matter to play the position. We also knew he lacked the natural physical gifts of a frontline quarterback. With Favre leading his Packers into Texas stadium, it figured to be a long day ...

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