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Cowboys' Dak Prescott: 'No excuses' for costly INTs vs. Niners

For the third time in his career, Dak Prescott had the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round of the playoffs, and for the third time, his season ended there. This time, it was in a 19-12 loss on Sunday to the San Francisco 49ers, the same team that eliminated the Cowboys in the wild-card round last season. The Cowboys are now 27 seasons removed from their last championship, in Super Bowl XXX. While they won a road playoff game for the first time since 1992 with their 31-14 decision over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the wild-card round, the Cowboys envisioned a trip to Philadelphia next weekend to take on the Eagles in the conference title game. Prescott tied for the NFL lead in interceptions in 2022 with 15, despite missing five games because of a fractured right thumb. Against the Buccaneers, he had four touchdown passes and ran for another. Against the Niners, he became the first Cowboys quarterback to have multiple passes intercepted in a playoff game since Troy Aikman in 1998.

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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls
Although the Dallas Cowboys haven’t had a Super Bowl win or appearance since 1996, their fans expect them to be there each and every year. The Dallas Cowboys have been there eight times throughout their history, tied with only one other team, the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Cowboys Super Bowls:
1996: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (17)

1994: Dallas Cowboys (30) vs. Buffalo Bills (13)
1993: Dallas Cowboys (52) vs. Buffalo Bills (17)
1979: Dallas Cowboys (31) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (35)
1978: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Denver Broncos (10)
1976: Dallas Cowboys (17) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (21)

1972: Dallas Cowboys (24) vs. Miami Dolphins (3)
1971: Dallas Cowboys (13) vs. Indianapolis Colts (16)

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls are an impressive number in the NFL. Through their hard work and dedication to the sport, they continue to improve, grow, and strive for their next Super Bowl appearance. The fans are ready.