Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett dubs emotional speech post NFC East Championship

The team Dallas Cowboys actually wasn’t meant to rank as the NFC East Champions. However, this moved in certain ways and they did it. From the first week of the game with the 16-8 loss to Carolina Panthers, things seemed like Cowboys’s offense showed inconsistency.

There were several questions that centered on Dak Prescott, the quarterback, his wideouts, along with the young defense. However, with time, all of these talented players developed into a legitimate set of performers. Jerry Jones proved himself to Prescott that he is actually the future. Michael Gallup stands as a perfect draft pick while Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch look as the best of young linebackers. Addition of Amari Cooper made this deal a lot better.

Even if the cowboys started with a 3-5 score on the board, they finished at the 6-1 mark. This was good enough for the team to bag the NFC East Champions 2018. After the winning match over Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday with 27-20, Jason Garrett, the head coach addressed the team. The coach went through much this year due to which many were perfectly convinced of the fact that he might separate his ways from the team. However, he stood high and mighty holding the “NFC East Champs” hat in the locker room after which he gave an emotional speech describing the accomplishments of the team.

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