Dak Prescott, like Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is adamant that his team can win the Super Bowl in 2022. He does, however, want his group to keep laying the groundwork that might enable them to accomplish their objective.
Jones expressed his opinion that his club is “unequivocally” a real Super Bowl candidate after the Cowboys thrashed the Minnesota Vikings 40-3 in Week 11. This season has been difficult for them, but they have managed to persevere and prosper, displaying the winning spirit of champions.
Unanimously, yeah. Yes. When asked whether he believes the Cowboys are Super Bowl candidates, Jones said categorically.
“I believe there has been adversity. More adversity could very easily come our way. Yes, I do believe that if we apply the knowledge we have gained throughout the season, we will be playoff ready. But I firmly believe that the team I can win a Super Bowl with is what I can see out here right now.
As it turns out, Dak Prescott had no issue with Jerry Jones‘ assertion. In addition, he already voiced his opinion that they have a chance to win the championship before the 2022 season even got underway.
Prescott does not want the Cowboys to believe that their victory over the Vikings will be enough to advance them to the Super Bowl, though. They must move past the past since they still have work to do.
“I used to be convinced. All we’re doing is attempting to build more. We successfully laid a brick last week. But we must flip the page to ensure that we do that once more on Thursday, according to Prescott, as reported by Jon Machota of The Athletic.
Prescott definitely has the right outlook on this. Fans of the Cowboys can have faith that the team won’t go off course as they attempt to end their nearly three-decade championship drought with him leading the way.