Witten: We have chemistry and good leaders on Cowboys

It’s a close race fbetween DeMarcus Ware and Jason Witten for who deserves a championship more based on the career so far…

Witten has always said there were enough leaders on this team. I just wish there was some proof to say he was right. All the collapses and big let downs are hard to overlook and they are the reason why people don’t this team has enough leaders.

The idea is that if you have enough good leaders they don’t allow the team to fall apart when crunch time comes around. Let’s see what happens in 2012.

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3 Responses to Witten: We have chemistry and good leaders on Cowboys

  1. Glenn says:

    What’s funny to me is that the “analysts” determine who they perceive to be the so called leaders on this team. It’s the only team I hear calling out players for having leaders or not having them/. When a team goes on and wins, geez they proclaim a handful of guys as the leaders! Before the season, NFLN proclaims the Cowboys as the most talented and when they don’t win, they say we lack leadership. It’s amazing!

  2. The Soothsayer says:

    I remember Super Bowl V, the so-called Blunder Bowl, when Bob Lilly got so pissed he threw his helmet halfway down the field. But then it’s hard to not be that pissed when your opponent commits SEVEN turnovers and you still lose.

    The next year, 1971, Randy White’s first season, Bob Lilly looked him in the face and said, “Rookie, we’re going to the Super Bowl and we’re going to win.”

    That season didn’t start too well. Landry had this insane notion of alternating quarterbacks. One night on the plane back after a loss, one player was laughing about it. Bob Lilly didn’t say anthing then. He just sipped his beer and steamed.

    But on the practice field, he made it his mission in life to beat the living crap out of that player, and he did. That’s leadership.

    Once Staubach took over control of the team, the Cowboys started winning. And they won big time. That’s leadership.

    I don’t see that on this team. I just don’t. It’s not about the will to win, all players have that. It’s about refuse to lose.

    I love Jason Witten. I’ve met him twice. He autographed a copy of Landry’s Boys for a young friend of mine who is a cancer survivor. And I have to tell you, getting that book and Jason Witten’s autograph meant the world to that kid.

    Jason Witten is a pure football player. He may be the only one on the roster. The rest of the guys, I think they’re just happy to be there. But Witten, that man is a football player. I wish we had more like him. If we did, we’d be in the Super Bowl every year.

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