After their win over the Minnesota Vikings, Jerry Jones stated that the Dallas Cowboys are “unambiguously” Super Bowl candidates.
Dak Prescott won’t give him any arguments.
Jon Machota reports that the Cowboys’ quarterback, said that he was “convinced before” that their team is good enough to end a 26-year-old Super Bowl drought. He is ready to focus on their Thanksgiving Day match against the New York Giants, and move beyond their Week 11 win.
“We’re just trying to continue to build,” Prescott said. “We laid a brick last week, a pretty good one. But we’ve got to turn the page…make sure we do that again Thursday.”
Dak when asked about Jerry saying after Sunday’s win that the Cowboys are Super Bowl contenders: “I was convinced before. … We’re just trying to continue to build. We laid a brick last week, a pretty good one. But we’ve got to turn the page…make sure we do that again Thursday.” pic.twitter.com/L2FBdMWWf4
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 22, 2022
Dallas holds a record of 7-3 and has the NFC’s highest point differential (+84) following Sunday’s blowout win. Since Prescott’s thumb injury, America’s Team has scored 141 point in four games.
Prescott is reviving the passing offense. Tony Pollard, with 464 yards and six touchdowns in three of his last games, has taken the spotlight. Eight-time Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith could be back in the offense.
They are also the NFL’s leading team in passing defense and sacks, just behind Micah Parsons.