Video Shows Cowboys Players Leaving The Field Refusing To High-Five Jason Garrett
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Somehow the Dallas Cowboys are 3-3 and in first place of their division. However, you can tell the team is frustrated after losing to the terrible New York Jets on Sunday. Evidence of that from yesterday's game was when players were leaving the field refusing to high-five head coach Jason Garrett...

This has to be Garrett's last season, right?

(The Spun)
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Come on down Lincoln Riley
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km
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The spoiled children appear to have an attitude problem. What's new.
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He gone
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Every season for the last five was supposed to be Garrett's "last" ...I'll believe it when I see it......
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I'm not a Cowboys fan but if I was I'd want those players off the team. You win as a team you lose as a team. They are a detriment to your locker room and the team concept.
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Lol, get em coach!
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Unfortunately all the money making in the league erased that “Team” vibe. The only “Teams” we notice from the outside looking in are the ones winning.
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Garrett has pictures of Michael Irvin doing unspeakable things to Jerry. It's the only explanation
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He's just jerry's yes man, so he stays till Jerry can find another.
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Team, team, team, team....not
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Yeah that stings right there.
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I hope he stays in Dallas forever.
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The more they lose, the more I like it. They are the ND of professional football!
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No coach worth a damn is going to put up with JJ's BS overlord personality. To steal a line from the Raiders of old, "The commitment to excrement"
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He shouldn't have lasted this long. He's gotta get in a role more suited for his talents, the high school near here has a janitor position open and waiting for him.
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The word is out in the locker room
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Dallas Cowboys aka The New Miami Dolphins
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Ouch
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