In the postseason, the Dallas Cowboys will probably travel, but Dak Prescott doesn’t see anything wrong with it. Even though the Cowboys defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16, it will be challenging for them to win the NFC East.
After all, Philadelphia only needs to win one of their last two games against the New York Giants or the New Orleans Saints to win the division. Dallas will only have a chance if the Eagles drop both contests and they win their final two games (against the Tennessee Titans and Washington Commanders).
The Cowboys will have to play road games in the postseason because it is doubtful that they will win the division. However, Prescott is excited about the task and emphasised that they would face difficult opponents whatsoever in their quest to win the Super Bowl.
“We have to play some tough games against some great opponents and win them for us to get where we want to go. We’re fine if it’s on the road because of the composition of this team. It’s not at all intimidating. As quoted by Jon Machota of The Athletic, Prescott said, “It’s fun.
Cowboys supporters will undoubtedly like Dak Prescott‘s approach. They will need to play away from the AT&T Stadium if they are to reach the Super Bowl and win it. Having said that, beginning the postseason on the road may provide them with the challenge and experience they require.
Since the Cowboys haven’t played in the Super Bowl in 20 years, pressure is on Prescott and company to perform. And no matter where they play, that is all the drive they require.