There are a lot of similarities, at least superficially, between McDaniels and Garrett (at right with Terrell Owens). For one, they're both young, although at 41, Garrett is 10 years older than McDaniels. They're both the sons of football coaches -- in Garrett's case, his father was not only a coach but a longtime scout for the Cowboys. They both played quarterback at some point but while McDaniels switched to wide receiver in college, Garrett was talented enough to be a longtime backup quarterback in the NFL, primarily for the Cowboys during the Troy Aikman glory years. And, for the moment, they're both riding the coattails of star quarterbacks (Tom Brady, Tony Romo) of high-scoring, playoff-bound teams. And they both happened to grow up in Ohio.