Cowboys tight end Jason Witten appeared on NFL Live this week and had some very excited things to say about the job Jason Garrett did as head coach over the final eight games of the 2010 season.
"He really changed the way we played, the way we practiced and our approach to the game," Witten said.
Witten also spoke highly of the job Tony Romo has done organizing offseason workouts during the lockout, and said he thought the time away from the game last season due to injury would help Romo going forward.
I'm interested to see how the new-coach factor works for Garrett because, well, he's not a new coach. He was the head coach for the second half of last season and has been there as offensive coordinator for four years. But if the players are
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