The Dallas Cowboys were once again sent home packing early in the playoffs after an impressive regular season. Dallas has won 12 games in three straight years but has struggled to get over the hump.
They haven't made a Conference Championship Game since 1995 and Jerry Jones is itching for that to end. Jones even hinted that the Cowboys will be aggressive during the offseason.
Dallas has always liked to build through the draft and think about the future but things are headed towards a change in 2024. Jones wants the Cowboys to win now and will do anything to add more talent to the roster.
Cowboys News: Jerry Jones Comments on Dak Prescott Extension
Things got interesting when the 81-year-old owner made comments regarding Dak Prescott's extension. The Cowboys aren't committed to giving Prescott a new deal during the offseason.
Jones reiterated that the 30-year-old signal caller didn't do anything to "change his mind" but it doesn't sound like Dallas will be giving him a massive extension over the next few months.
The Mississippi State product is heading into the final year of the four-year, $160 million contract. Prescott is coming off one of his best seasons as a pro. He put up career highs in completion percentage (69.5%) and passing yards (4,516) with 36 passing touchdowns.
Since taking over as the starter in 2016, Prescott has gone 73-41 as a starter, including four NFC East titles. Despite all his regular season success, Prescott has struggled when it matters the most. The playoffs.
The 2016 fourth-round pick is only 2-5 in the postseason in his career, with zero appearances in the NFC Title Game.
As Jones alluded to in his presser with reporters on Tuesday, the Cowboys will go as far as Prescott takes them. So the Cowboys will wait and see in 2024 before deciding on whether they want to give Prescott a massive extension.
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