The Dallas Cowboys' 38-33 win over the Philadelphia Eagles proved one of two things: Jason Garrett may have finally come to his senses or someone else was calling the Cowboys' offensive plays. Garrett's play-calling has been absolutely terrible this year, but it was superb in Week 13. So what's the deal?
Through 12 games this year, Garrett has called at least 40 passes five different times, a 50-pass contest and two games in which Tony Romo threw 62 passes. Only one of those games resulted in a Cowboys win and Dallas is 1-14 in games in which Romo has thrown at least 40 passes since Garrett started calling the plays in 2007.