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IRVING, Texas -- Jason Garrett wonders where the time has gone.
It's been two years to the week he was named the interim head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, replacing Wade Phillips after the Cowboys lost all hope with a 1-7 record.
Having coached an equivalent to two full seasons, Garrett has a 16-16 record after Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons, but the good feelings he earned for how the Cowboys closed the 2010 season have dissipated.
"Time flies when you're having fun," Garrett said. "I think anytime you're completely immersed in something in your life, things go quickly."
Garrett needs to get that 2010 feeling back in a hurry.