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Jason Garret is rightly getting eviscerated today by pretty much everyone for his tepid handling of the final seconds of Sunday’s debilitating 20-17 defeat to the Washington Redskins. Our own R.J. Ochoa made the case for why Garrett should have been more aggressive. On the live broadcast former Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo went through the options available as the action unfolded. Fans were not impressed. I made my feelings known in my grades for the game:Jason Garrett going conservative and mismanaging end-of-game situations is nothing new. In fact Chidobe Awuzie Jersey , Garrett once mismanaged a game in the exact same manner back in 2011. 1. Dallas @ Arizona, Week 13, 2011Dallas went into Arizona in week 13, leading the NFC East with a 7-4 record. The game was tied at 13 late in the fourth quarter when Tony Romo led the team from the Cowboys 32 to the Cardinals 46. Thirty-one seconds remained when Romo then hit Dez Bryant for 15 yards to take the ball to the 31-yard line, but with the clock running. Dallas had two timeouts remaining. The obvious choice to make was to immediately call timeout to run at least a couple plays to get closer for a more manageable field goal. Garret instead chose to let the clock run down to eight seconds before having Romo spike the ball to set up a 49-yard field goal.He didn’t trust his quarterback, or his team, to make a play. Predictably, Dan Bailey missed the kick and the Cowboys lost in overtime. This video shows the clock ticking away those precious seconds. This started a four losses in five games end-of-season skid that saw them team finish 8-8 and miss an NFC East division title by one game. Garrett literally made the exact same mistake yesterday that he made back in 2011.2. Dallas @ Baltimore, Week 6, 2012Then we have a week six game at the Baltimore Ravens in 2012. The Cowboys trailed by eight when Romo led a late, 17-play drive for a four-yard touchdown to Dez Bryant with 36 seconds remaining. A two-point try failed leaving the Cowboys in a desperate onside kick situation. Miraculously, the Cowboys recovered the onside kick and took over at their 46 with 32 seconds remaining. Romo’s pass drew a pass interference call to move the ball to the Baltimore 34. A short completion to Dez Bryant moved the ball to the Ravens 34. There were 22 seconds on the clock and Dallas had one timeout remaining. Rather than trying to move closer for a more manageable field goal, Garrett chose to let the clock run down to eight seconds before having Romo spike the ball. The team was totally confused on what to do as the game clock ticked away. Predictably, Dan Bailey missed the 51-yard attempt. Dallas finished 8-8 and missed an NFC East division title by one game. It doesn’t take a mathematical genius to find a trend here. Jason Garrett has made the exact same decisions to eschew attempting any kind of play to avoid lengthy field goals, then watched his kicker miss the field goal on three different occasions. It’s mind-numbing.3. Dallas @ New England, Week 6 Jourdan Lewis Color Rush Jersey , 2011And of course these aren’t the only ways Garrett has gone conservative and had it blow up in his face. Again in 2011 the Cowboys had a chance at victory in New England. The Cowboys led 16-13 after Garrett called for a safe (and unsuccessful) shovel pass on third-and-goal from the Patriots five-yard line, resulting in a field goal. After a defensive stop Dallas then took over with 3:36 remaining. A couple first downs would have sealed the victory; even a single first down would have put New England in a desperate situation.Here’s the play-by-play in that situation:DeMarco Murray up the middle for -2 yards.DeMarco Murray right tackle for -1 yards. Tyron Smith false startTashard Choice right tackle 8 yardsMat McBriar puntThe Patriots were lining up ten men at the line of scrimmage but Garrett stubbornly ran the ball straight into the stacked box on first and second down, leaving them facing a 3rd-and-13. He didn’t trust his quarterback or his team to make a play. It doesn’t take much vision to imagine how the rest of the game turned out when Tom Brady took over with over two minutes remaining. The Cowboys lost 20-16. 4. Dallas vs Green Bay, Divisional Round, 2016Then we have the final seconds of the team’s heartbreaking 34-31 defeat to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the 2016 season. I wrote about it extensively. Remember, Dallas had trailed 21-3 in the first half, leaving them with an 8% likelihood of winning. The Green Bay game was different in that Garrett’s issue wasn’t a lack of aggression, it was simply a failure to optimize the situation.5. Dallas @ Houston, Week 5, 2018And I doubt anyone has forgotten that two weeks ago Garrett again played it conservatively choosing to punt, rather than go for a fourth-and-one play in overtime against the Houston Texans. He didn’t trust his team to make a play. The end result - again - was a Cowboys’ defeat. A few things to note:Almost all the games were road games. Garrett seems to have no willingness, whatsoever, to be aggressive on the road. It has bitten him repeatedly and yet he continues to make the same predictable, conservative calls. Garrett repeatedly takes the ball out of his player’s hands. Every one of these instances are examples of Garrett not having faith in his players to execute properly and essentially “giving up” and settling for lengthy field goal attempts or punts.I wrote about the message this sends to your players following the Houston fiasco:Considering Jerry Jones’ love of risk, I can’t imagine he’s happy to have a team coached by a man with no stomach for risk-taking. Garrett is rightly getting roasted today. His tepid ways are likely going to see him somewhere else soon. Immediately after Sunday’s win over the Falcons, which entailed 30 touches to go with the 25 he had the prior Sunday , Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott told PFT that he was ready for more on a short week.Ready or not, he got it.On Thursday, Elliott added another 31 touches, the third highest total of his career. That’s 86 touches in 12 days, with 531 total yards gained. It translates to an average of 6.17 yards, every time he handled the football over the team’s three-game winning streak.Given the manner in which he has urged his teammates to treat every game as a “must” win (and based on his on-field contributions), Elliott is one of the biggest reasons why the Cowboys have won three straight games. He’ll also be one of the biggest reasons why the run continues, if it does.He currently leads the league with 1,074 rushing yards, 31 more than Todd Gurley. Elliott’s performance, and the team’s wins, could push Elliott toward the fringes of the MVP debate.In six days, he’ll have a chance to make his case when his team takes on the current MVP frontrunner, Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
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