Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said he feels a greater sense of urgency to end the franchise's Super Bowl drought as he enters his age-30 season.

"One thousand percent," Prescott said when asked if turning 30 makes him more eager to win, according to team writer Nick Eatman. "Just understanding injuries and what I've been throughout my career and understanding that you don't have forever to play this game. I'm blessed for every moment that I get. Just trying to take it with a sense of urgency."

Prescott's posted a 61-36 regular-season record throughout his career but has only two wins in six playoff appearances.