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Dak Prescott has yet to lead the Dallas Cowboys on a deep run through the postseason in his entire career as the team’s starting quarterback, but it sounds like the team still believes in him.

During a recent interview with Adam Schein of SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio, Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones made it clear that the team does still have faith in Dak Prescott to get the job done.

“Absolutely,” Stephen Jones said. “I mean, I totally think Dak can lead us to a championship. He does everything the right way. He’s certainly the leader of this football team. He keeps everybody motivated in the offseason. He’s got everybody working out and doing all the things that it takes to put in the work to give yourself every opportunity to win a championship. It just so happens that sometimes that old oblong football doesn’t bounce your way. And we’ve had some tough breaks and tough games there in the postseason.

“But, you know, we’ve won 12 games three years in a row. I think that’s right at the top in terms of what teams have done over a three-year period. And, you know, we’re hanging around the rim. We’ve just gotta go up there and grab it, to use a basketball term, and dunk it in. We’re hanging around the rim. We just gotta get the job done.”

This could be Prescott’s last season with the team as he is entering the final year of his contract and is set to become a free agent after the season. We’ll have to see what happens this year.

[Pro Football Talk]