Anyone watching last night's MNF game saw what relentless is all about. Our current Cowboys team needs a reminder what relentless can do for you. Relentless was Brett Favre showing all of his critics why he came back. A relentless desire to play and play well. Relentless was DE Jared Allen and his dogged pursuit of Aaron Rodgers all night. Relentless was the entire Vikings offense line blocking and giving Favre almost 10 seconds on one play to find a receiver, effectively embarrasing a Packers organization at the same time.
Relentless is Jared Allen reminding me of Cowboy favorite, Ring of Honor recipient and hopefully one day Hall of Famer the "Manster" Randy White. Relentless is Favre showing the football world his excellent mechanics of throwing an accurate football and launching it like a rocket. Tight spirals and as the commentators mentioned, "breaking the fingers of his receivers".
Relentless is Marion Barber running through opposing defenders, always putting his head down, driving for that extra yard. Relentless is Keith Brooking on 4th and 1, showing his desire to win by stuffing the Bronco running back backward and then saying "we need to play desperate".
Relentless is putting aside personal stats for team wins. Relentless is putting your best players in the best possible positions in order to make plays that win games. Relentless is making adjustments when the other team has figured out what you are doing and making them play the guessing game again while you are taking the ball down the field for points. Relentless is challenging every play on defense and making them pay for each yard gained.
Relentless is Jason Witten running without his helmet after a catch and then playing with busted ribs and other such injuries last year.
Relentless is doing what it takes to win championships.
Relentless brings the Lombardi Trophy to the display case.