Cowboys’ Dak Prescott says this will be ‘golden year’, talks Super Bowl winning goals

If you’ve been waiting for Dak Prescott’s golden years, I have great news for you. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback revealed that it’s his golden birthday, meaning he’s turning old on the day of his birthday, July 29.

He also said (via, “I plan for it to be a golden year.” Exactly what this “golden year” will entail is still unknown, but he clearly has high hopes for the season.

Prescott hasn’t embarrassed himself by any means, but season after season for the Cowboys hasn’t lived up to expectations. With Prescott leading the offense, the team has won just one of the four playoff games they have qualified for.

Owner Jerry Jones has long talked about a big game and the team brings in talent that should go far in the playoffs. It’s gotten so far that it’s becoming a running joke on the internet that the Cowboys can’t win a playoff game, and sadly for Dallas fans, the joke is mostly true.

The Cowboys are one of two teams with a playoff record below .250 in the last 25 seasons with a 3-10 record. The other team is the Detroit Lions.

Sad Cowboys fans have become a meme and it seems like the day they actually make a run at the playoffs will never come, but this year Prescott clearly believes he can rewrite the team’s reputation. can help

Prescott talked about the team’s struggles and the goal of doing something the team hasn’t done since 1995: win a Super Bowl.

“I mean obviously knowing the quarterbacks that played specifically for this team and knowing their legacy and the ones that we hold to the highest standards are the ones that have Super Bowl rings.” “It starts there for me, trying to fill the shoes of the guys that have come before me and doing something for this organization that hasn’t been done in a long time.”

The Cowboys will open the 2022 regular season on September 11 with a game against the 2020 Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.