Look at the previous Super Bowl champions.
Of course they have been super talented, but they also have something more. They have a chemistry together. They know if they do their job the person(s) around him will do their job(s). When Coach Garrett talks about the Right Kind of Guy he doesn't mean that player has to be a choir boy, but he has to have a passion for the game. He would run through a wall to win a game.
A lot of us Cowboys fans, myself included, have been a little disappointed by the fact that we haven't been big time players in FA, especially considering how active the Eagles have been. But let's look at what we have done:
Going into the off-season priority #1 was to re-sign Doug Free. That's done. Also it was big priority to re-sign Kyle Kosier and we did that. This means that we only have two new starters (Holland and Smith), and one has been on the team so he knows the system, on what you could consider the most important part of a team, the O-Line.
Moving to the defensive side, a lot of our acquisitions have not been the sexiest, but they have two purposes: first they were part of our organization before so we have a knowledge of whether they are the RKG Coach Garrett talks about. Second, the outside FAs we have brought in have a great knowledge of RR's complex system.
Talent can only bring you so far. I also believe that is why Coach Ryan made his statement he made the other day. He wanted the players to know he has their back no matter what. It will be very interesting to see how chemistry will be in Philly. How do we know exactly how the Eagles are going to react if they go on a losing streak? Will there be in-fighting? We won't know till they play together.