It's true. People can get away with self aggrandising statistics as long as you do it in the third person.
But the statistics given do have a very interesting point, and as Wade Phillips points out: #surprisesme
The lowdown is this. Wade Phillips, former Dallas Cowboys head coach has laid down some stone cold facts about his replacement, Jason Garrett, over Twitter.
At the moment, Garrett has coached 56 games for the the Cowboys and we see a head to head of their win loss record for the same point.
And who wins? Well, according to Wade Phillips, Wade Phillips wins.
Described in the third person, Phillips trumps Garrett's 29-27 record with his own 34-22.
We presume that most of the 27 and 22 losses are all in December.
It is very interesting to see that Phillips, who has had a varied and largely successful employment record since leaving the Cowboys, being largely credited with the success for the Houston Texans, including taking over when Kubiak fell ill.
There doesn't seem to be many options open to him now. But you can tell that at a time when free agency is hitting and coaching staff may change to accommodate new systems and players, Wade Phillips knows how to make Wade Phillips look appealing.