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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Jason Garrett Compares Defining a Physical Team to Defining Pornography

Sports reporters have a tendency — one that can be very annoying — to harp on cliches when asking coaches questions.  Coaches must get tired of answering questions like, “Do your guys lack toughness?” or, “Does your team need to learn how to close out games?”  Questions like those are tough to answer because they are nearly impossible to measure.  For Jason Garrett, trying to measure the physical play of a team is like trying to determine who’s being more physical in a porno movie.

Sportress of Blogitude called our attention to the fun analogy Garrett decided to throw at everyone on Tuesday.

“It’s hard to define but you know what it is when you see it; it’s a physical sport,” Garrett said according to the Dallas Morning News. “At the end of the day, you need to be the one doing the hitting rather than being the hit-ee. It’s little bit like the description of pornography from years back. It’s hard to define it. But you know what it is at the end of it. It’s hard to define it. I think you know who is more physical.”

Wait, pornography “from years back?” Is Garrett admitting he’s a fan of porn by telling us this?  Can we assume that since he was talking about it being tough to tell with porn back in the day that it’s easier to tell who is the more physical one in modern porn? Or does that just mean he doesn’t watch porn anymore so he doesn’t know if the analogy would apply to 21st century skin flicks?  These are the questions…



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