Cowboys hope momentum carries them to playoff win

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Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said momentum is earned during a press conference on Wednesday in Frisco, . The Dallas Cowboys will play the Seattle Seahawks Saturday in Arlington in post-season play.  

“I do believe momentum is earned in life and in football,” Garrett said. “And you earn it by continuing to do things the right way.”

Use the video link above to see Tobin McDuff’s report from Frisco – including his discussion of Prescott’s performance as a young quarterback.

Jason Garrett in a press conference on January 2, 2019 in Frisco. 

When the Cowboys were 3 – 5, fans were calling for Garrett’s job and questioning the future of Dak Prescott as a franchise quarterback.  It seems those questions have been answered after winning 7 of 8 games to end the regular season.

Garrett said the Cowboys earned momentum with “… certainly a good performance by Dak and our passing game the other day against the Giants.”

But that was last week.  Concerning this week Garrett said, “But you have to earn it again. You have to earn it on the practice field and you have to earn it throughout the next ballgame.”

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