JASON GARRETT PRESS CONFERENCE: 2013 Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants–preparation week

JASON GARRETT PRESS CONFERENCE - New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys preparation - The Boys Are Back blog 2013
Jason Garrett Press Conference 9/2/2013 (Duration – 16:11)

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett speaks to the media as his team begins their preparations for opening night with the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium. Garrett discussed:

  • Spencer and Leary’s (injury and) practice update
  • How conditioning factors into gameday decisions
  • Jones and Bosworth Special Teams, expected impact
  • Lissemore trade and appreciation for his contributions
  • Aspirations for the post-season
  • Transition to regular season from offseason
  • Selvie and Spencer rotation
  • Doug Free commitment, regardless of role
  • Running scheme changes with different linemen
  • Decision behind keeping six safeties on roster
  • Safeties role on Special Teams, next man up when needed
  • Adjusting to all of the changes on offense and defense
  • Claiborne decision on playing time
  • TE Smith becoming more rounded
  • Excitement around 53-man roster and setting practice squad
  • New York Giants record at Cowboy Stadium
  • Improvement of team over last season during offseason
  • Frederick’s quick grasp of center position
  • B.W. Webb overcoming ups and downs
  • Spencer, committee approach until he’s in condition
  • DTs opportunities and expectations of young players
  • Motivation and drive of veterans for playoff run
  • “Make today important” approach to preparation and winning

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