This year, the Dallas Cowboys employed something new to try and take them to the next level. More than anything, they just wanted to find players who wouldn’t pee their pants.
That’s right, the Cowboys sifted through all of the bed-wetters trying to become professional football players and plucked the ones who aren’t afraid to step onto the gridiron without a diaper.
Cowboys assistant director of player personnel Will McClay explained this innovative strategy:
“Who will most likely be able to come into a situation like the Dallas Cowboys and the microscope that we’re under with all the games we play on national TV, and not, pardon the expression, pee their pants? We want grown men that are able to handle the situation.”
Whether or not this strategy leads to a Super Bowl remains to be seen, but weeding out the guys who can’t keep their pee-pee in check better than a six-year-old is a nice start.