When it comes to winning the NFC East, no team has done it more than the Cowboys, who have captured the title 24 times, including last season.
A team has not won the crown in back-to-back seasons since the Eagles did in 2003 and 2004.
As all loyal fans know, Dallas has only been able to muster three playoff wins in the last 25 years.
The departure of Amari Cooper and Randy Gregory has turned some heads. Many believe that the Cowboys did not do enough by just signing a few backend starters as an attempt to replace some of their production.
In a quarterback-driven league, Dak Prescott has a record of 25-6 against the NFC East in his career, which could have been better if not for his season being cut short in 2020 due to a compound fracture and dislocation to his right ankle, where he missed all but five games.
The leadership of Prescott is something that people always bring to the forefront. Newly drafted Jalen Tolbert said he received a phone call from Prescott days before they even drafted him and spent 20 minutes on the phone. “I never knew quarterbacks called prospects, a 20-minute conversation, we immediately vibed on the phone,” said Tolbert. “We talked about my strengths on and off the field.”
New Cowboys WR Jalen Tolbert received a phone call from QB Dak Prescott days before the draft. “I never knew quarterbacks called prospects.” A 20-minute conversation. “We immediately vibed on the phone.”
The Eagles won the draft, most would agree. They also acquired former Tennessee Titans WR A.J. Brown via trade, they got better, no doubt about it. Carson Wentz is also back in the division as the Washington Commanders' signal-caller, and as for the Giants, they declined quarterback Daniel Jones‘ fifth-year option for 2023, which may be the end of his time in New York.
With the moving parts this off-season, one thing stayed constant with Dallas, Prescott. I will take the guy who is 25-6 as a starter against his division regardless of who they play each Sunday.