IRVING, Texas – When Jason Witten got off the plane in California for training camp, he said the Cowboys’ season couldn't become the same old story.
Through four games, the Cowboys are 2-2 and things are pretty much the same old story.
“That's tough," Witten said. "But we're not going to quit. We're going to stay together. I believe we have the right people. Great leadership in Jason (Garrett). We'll get it turned around."
The Cowboys are 15-13 with Garrett as the head coach over the last two-plus seasons. He has changed many things within the organization since taking over, but the inconsistencies and results remain.
"Ultimately, they have to (change)," Witten said. "But that doesn't mean you change the course and how you approach it. You make the corrections and you get better. That's how you do it in this league ... We talked so much about the Giants (last year). They were 7-7 and they shook it off, said, ‘We're going to fix it,’ and went and won the Super Bowl. It's not that simple, but that's what we've got to do."