Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has won a lot of games in his brief NFL career, but he hasn’t won a playoff game.
The Cowboys had home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs in Prescott’s rookie year of 2016. They lost to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on a final play field goal in the divisional round.
Prescott gets another chance Saturday when the Cowboys host the Seahawks in the wild-card round.
“I think it’s everything,” Prescott said Wednesday of winning in the postseason. “I don’t pay attention to any stat but wins and losses. When you say success of a quarterback or a quarterback’s success depending on what they do in the playoffs, I think that’s where the checks are written and they make their money to be honest. Our job is to win no matter what happens, no matter how you played individually. At the end of the day, it’s to get the job done. Excited for my opportunity to be back in the playoffs after missing last year, but excited for this team and knowing what we’ve got.”
Prescott, 25, has a 32-16 record in his three seasons. He was 13-3 as a rookie, 9-7 last season and 10-6 this season.