NFL playoffs 2019: Cowboys coach Jason Garrett praises team, excited for future after loss to Rams

If Jason Garrett ever desires a model new career, could we suggest “Motivational Speaker.”

After the Cowboys fell to the Rams, 30-22, inside the NFC divisional spherical recreation in Los Angeles, Garrett praised his avid gamers for their effort, saying, “the hair stands up on the back of my neck when I talk about them and think about them.”

And Garrett wants to be proud, as a result of the youthful Cowboys acquired seven of their last eight regular-season video video games after which defeated the Seahawks inside the wild-card spherical sooner than dropping to the Rams.

“Incredibly happy with our soccer workforce,” Garrett told reporters, via ESPN. “You focus on psychological toughness and bodily toughness, they demonstrated that the complete 12 months. A youthful soccer workforce that grew a lot over the course of 16 video video games and some video video games inside the playoffs. I really feel we be taught from our experiences. I really feel we grew. I really feel we acquired extra sturdy. I really feel we grew to grow to be a further hardened soccer workforce. Numerous youthful guys grew up and they also grew up collectively. And these are precise constructive points that we are going to assemble on.”

The Cowboys saved it shut in opposition to the favored Rams, hanging spherical until the tip of the game on the road. But the defensive entrance seven acquired manhandled as a result of the Rams rushed for 273 yards. While the Rams dominated the time of possession, Garrett talked about his workforce on no account quit.

“The Rams had been a greater workforce than we had been immediately. They had been,” Garrett stated. “And I don’t question our effort, our toughness, our battle. Those guys put all of it available on the market. It evokes me. The hair stands up on the once more of my neck as soon as I focus on them and take into accounts them. Everything they put available on the market, it’s one factor else. I actually just like the group of fellows that we now have now. They care about each other. They love each other. They love this recreation. They go about it the right strategy. All points that we are going to assemble on for the future.”

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