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Cowboys Dak Prescott Locked-In on Having Postseason Success

In their season finale, the were focused on gaining momentum heading into the after a lackluster performance in a loss to the . They did just that by annihilating the 51-26 which took them to 12-5 on the season and completed a sweep of the for Dallas.

of the game was who threw five touchdown passes (four in the first half) which gave him 37 on the season and established a new franchise record by surpassing 's 36 in 2007.

Prescott ended the with 12 touchdowns without an interception in the final three games and looked more like the player he was earlier in the year. However, putting up gaudy isn't what matters to Prescott, winning in the postseason is.

“The stats and all that, the way we finished was great. It's what we wanted to do, build momentum, get in a rhythm – but none of that matters anymore,” Prescott said. “You get into this tournament, and it's one game at a time. It's must-win. So that's the focus.”

The Cowboys won five of their last six games after losing three out of four during a rocky month of November. Not only has the Cowboys' got back in sync, but their forced 15 turnovers in the final six games.

It was a great way to end the regular season for the Cowboys, but Prescott realizes that's irrelevant now that the are set to begin.

“You've got to turn the page,” Prescott said. “You can't hang your hat on the regular season or 12 wins or winning the division, because none of it matters.”

Prescott has performed well in his postseason career. He's completed 64% of his passes with a quarterback rating of 95.7 and produced seven total touchdowns (five passing, two rushing) in three games. The highlight of Prescott's playoff performances came in his rookie season in 2016 when he went toe-to-toe with of the by throwing for 302 yards and three touchdowns and erased a 21-3 deficit.

Unfortunately for the former , the Cowboys lost 34-31 and they have played in just two playoff games since going 1-1. A losing record in the playoffs isn't what any quarterback wants to have on his resume. For Prescott, this postseason is about leaving no doubt that he can take a team deep into the playoffs and that he is one of the best quarterbacks in the league.

The Cowboys possess the NFL's top-ranked offense in terms of yards and points per game and a defense that was the best on third down and led the league in turnovers. However, it all starts with Prescott, and the Cowboys will only go as far as he takes them.

After a four-year, $160 million extension in the , Prescott has his financial security. When you're the quarterback for the Cowboys, how many dollars you make doesn't though, it's about winning Super Bowls like Hall of Famers and did in the 70s and 90s.

It's go time, and Prescott is focused on putting his name alongside the great Cowboys signal callers of the past.

Matthew Lenix
Matthew Lenix
I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.

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Garrett N Smith

Matt keep the dope content coming!


Hope he is locked in mentally, but is his arm and his leadership? Throwing continually behind players, dropping handoffs, and not being able to push the O-line to perform without penalties or getting on the receivers to run their routes or the ability to drive the other 10 personnel to score in the red zone. Maybe he can pull Zuerlein aside and convince him to make his PATs and FGs when it counts. Seems the coaches cannot. The 49ers are no joke. It only gets tougher from here. Cowboy fans want a win. With the high salaries, the team better produce or the fans will ride them all on social media and they won’t be able to escape. The fans are tired of waiting for success in the playoffs. We don’t want to wait like the Eagles fans where it took 60 years of misery, obnoxious ranting and a miracle to win a Super Bowl from the last Championship.


NO MORE EXCUSES. He got paid, in fact he got overpaid, even according to the owner.



VAM all you do his complain about the team you should maybe get a better team and stop complaining already ijs


How about focusing on the positive. Let’s keep in mind
that he’s come back from a horrific injury. Dak Prescott is the heart and soul of this team! Please everyone leave a comment if you love Dak.


Trublu4life, Try debating the article content instead of personal silliness. If you don’t like my comments just pass them by. I praise and criticize when I see the need to.

Alex Ashton

Yeah, he was really “locked in.” LOL On everything except being able to tell time and knowing the rules about spotting a football.

Cowpunks fold like a cheap tent in a tornado . . . as usual.

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