The Dallas Cowboys remain optimistic that quarterback Dak Prescott is the key to securing their first Super Bowl victory since 1995. Speaking to Adam Schein on Mad Dog Sports Radio, Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones expressed unwavering confidence in Prescott, who approaches his 31st birthday in July, as the leader to guide the team to glory. Despite taking on the role of starting quarterback in 2016, Prescott has yet to lead the Cowboys past the NFC title game. While they have clinched four NFC East titles and appeared in five playoffs over eight seasons, their postseason record stands at 2-5.

This ongoing challenge is compounded by the looming end of Prescott’s current four-year, $160 million contract after the 2024 season, raising questions about his future with the team and the financial implications of a potential extension, told by Fox News. Key decisions also await concerning long-term deals for standout players like wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and linebacker Micah Parsons, as the team navigates its salary cap.

Despite a stellar season where Prescott threw for over 4,500 yards and led the NFL with 36 touchdowns, achieving a career-high 69.5% completion rate, his and the team’s inability to translate regular season success into playoff victories continues to raise doubts. This skepticism was intensified by the Cowboys’ 48-32 defeat to the Green Bay Packers in their recent playoff encounter in January.

With the 2024 season declared a critical “all-in” year by owner Jerry Jones, the pressure intensifies for Prescott and his teammates to validate the faith management has placed in them and finally clinch that elusive championship.



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