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November 18, 2013

Garrett not surprised by Giants' streak: 'They're doing things that winning football teams do'

The Giants have put together a four-game winning streak since their 0-6 start, and Jason Garrett is not surprised.

“No, they’re a good football team,” he said. “They’ve been a good football team for a long time. They’ve got a lot of good players. They’re doing what winning teams do, and I don’t think that’s a surprise or a revelation at all.”

For all the trouble they had in their slow start, the Giants can tie the Cowboys with a win on Sunday, and they would each be a game out of first place in the NFC East.

“When you play winning football and you have talented players on your team and you’re well coached, typically  you’re going to win more than you don’t,” Garrett said. “They’ve done a good job fighting themselves out of this 0-6 situation, but we’ve played against them a lot in the past and we know what kind of people they have up there, what kind of talent they have. So it doesn’t surprise us one bit.”

Garrett said the Giants have some new faces because of injury, but are not necessarily doing anything different. They’re just doing it better, he said.

“I don’t know that they’ve changed their scheme dramatically,” Garrett said. “I think they’re doing things that winning football teams do.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez


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