- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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Coach Jason Garrett doesn't want to talk about last season's painful losses because he doesn't want his team to dwell on a past that can't be changed.
From time to time, however, things slip out.
Owner Jerry Jones invited fans at a training camp rally to come watch his team "beat the Giants' ass."
DeMarcus Ware had to stop speaking at a kickoff luncheon last week because he started to shake when thinking of Big Blue.
Then after the final preseason game, Dez Bryant walked into the locker room and told a reporter he couldn't wait to play the Giants.
Wednesday night can't get here soon enough for the Cowboys.
Dallas lost twice to the Giants last season, including in the regular-season finale with a playoff berth at stake. Beating New York in the NFL season opener would ease a lot of pain.
IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys, at least in public, are trying to hide their hatred for the New York Giants. They're not saying what they really feel about their NFC East rivals.