Cowboys coach Jason Garrett seems to practice what he preaches and his message is consistency, never too high and never too low.
By JON MACHOTAFS Southwest
When you see Jason Garrett on the
Cowboys' sideline Monday night, it's a good bet that he's not going to be chewing out a player or swearing at a referee on national television. That's not Garrett's style.
The Cowboys head coach seems to practice what he preaches and his message is consistency, never too high and never too low.
A good example of how Garrett carries himself behind the scenes can be viewed in this YouTube clip that was posted Wednesday. Garrett appears to be delivering a motivational message to a group at the Nike WinForever Workshop.
Instead of hearing Garrett talk about his team needing to have passion, emotion and enthusiasm – like he typically does at Valley Ranch – the Cowboys coach tells an interesting story that includes a monk, lions, tigers, rats, snakes and strawberries.
Sure, that sounds strange right now, but after watching the clip it'll all make sense.