May 19, 2024

In a significant development for the 2025 season, there’s speculation surrounding the Dallas Cowboys, who are facing one of the most crucial periods in their recent history. Despite several attempts by owner Jerry Jones to construct a roster capable of securing another Super Bowl victory, the team has fallen short since their last championship in 1995.

Dak Prescott has led the team to the playoffs in five of the last seven seasons, but the Cowboys have consistently stumbled when it mattered most, often attributed to Prescott’s struggles in postseason play. Despite high hopes for a Super Bowl run last season, the team faltered in their first home playoff game, leading to questions about Prescott’s future with the team.

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Looking ahead to 2024, there’s speculation about Prescott’s potential departure from Dallas, with FOX Sports’ Nick Wright suggesting a scenario where Prescott and former Patriots coach Bill Belichick could join forces elsewhere, possibly with the New York Giants. Belichick, who has ties to the Giants, is reportedly considering various coaching opportunities, and the Giants could be in the market for a new quarterback, making the idea of Prescott and Belichick teaming up in New York a plausible scenario.

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