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The Cowboys fought to win the NFC East for the second time in three years but were aided by the collapse of the Philadelphia Eagles, who slumped from 10-1 to 11-6. With the loss to the Packers, the Cowboys are the first team to win 12 games in three straight seasons and fail to make a conference title game in any of them since the 1970 merger. And now 2023 is just like 2022 and 2021 and every playoff season since 1995.

In the regular season, the Cowboys were 8-0 at AT&T Stadium. They were the only team to go undefeated at home in 2023. But the Packers tore through the defense on their first drive to score a touchdown, aided by two Cowboys penalties. With 1:50 left in the half, Green Bay safety Darnell Savage returned a Prescott interception 64 yards for a touchdown and a 27-0 lead.

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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls
Although the Dallas Cowboys haven’t had a Super Bowl win or appearance since 1996, their fans expect them to be there each and every year. The Dallas Cowboys have been there eight times throughout their history, tied with only one other team, the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Cowboys Super Bowls:
1996: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (17)

1994: Dallas Cowboys (30) vs. Buffalo Bills (13)
1993: Dallas Cowboys (52) vs. Buffalo Bills (17)

1979: Dallas Cowboys (31) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (35)
1978: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Denver Broncos (10)
1976: Dallas Cowboys (17) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (21)
1972: Dallas Cowboys (24) vs. Miami Dolphins (3)
1971: Dallas Cowboys (13) vs. Indianapolis Colts (16)

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls are an impressive number in the NFL. Through their hard work and dedication to the sport, they continue to improve, grow, and strive for their next Super Bowl appearance. The fans are ready.


Presaeson (1 - 2)

Aug. 12: vs. Jacksonville L
Ridley had 2 catches in 1st game in almost 2 years as Jags get 28-23 preseason win over Cowboys
Aug. 19: at Seattle L
Seahawks starters look sharp in limited action, Seattle tops Dallas 22-14
Aug 26: vs. Las Vegas W
Grier shines in possible final act with team as Cowboys beat Raiders 31-16

Regular Season (12 - 5)

Week 1: at New York Giants W
Cowboys rip Giants 40-0 for worst shutout loss between NFC East rivals
Prescott was 13 of 24 for 143 in beating the Giants for the 11th straight time. Tony Pollard scored on two short touchdown runs and Dallas forced three turnovers and sacked Daniel Jones seven times - Jones finished 15 of 28 for 104 yards with a quarterback rating of 32.4.

Week 2: vs. New York Jets W
Presott has 2 TDs, Wilson 3 picks in first start, Cowboys beat Jets 30-10
Dak Prescott was 31 of 38 for 255 yards and Tony Pollard had 72 yards rushing. CeeDee Lamb tied a career high with 11 catches. - Zach Wilson finished 12 of 27 for 170 yards.

Week 3: at Arizona L
Joshua Dobbs, James Conner lead the Cardinals ro 28-16 over cowboys
Prescott completed 25 of 40 passes for 249 yards, a touchdown and an interception. - Prescott completed 25 of 40 passes for 249 yards, a touchdown and an interception.

Week 4: vs. New England W
Cowboys score twice on defense in 38-3 blowout of Patriots, Belichick's worst loss
Elliott didn't get the start for the Patriots after watching a video tribute on the big screen above the field a few minutes before kickoff. he picked up 13 of his 16 yards (on just six carries). DaRon Bland returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown, Leighton Vander Esch scooped up a fumble for a score. - Mac Jones was responsible for all three Patriots turnovers and was pulled in the second half.

Week 5: at San Francisco L
Brock Purdy throws 4 TD passes to lead 49ers past the Cowboys 42-10
Purdy threw three of his four touchdown passes to George Kittle in their dominance over the Dallas Cowboys. - Prescott was sacked three times and heaved an interception into double coverage after Dallas fell behind 28-10 in the third quarter. He threw two more interceptions in the fourth quarter.

Week 6: at Los Angeles Chargers W
Dak Prescott, Cowboys rally in 4th quarter for a 20-17 victory over Chargers
Prescott became the 30th quarterback in NFL history to throw at least one touchdown pass against 31-or-more opponents. Prescott responded by throwing for 272 yards and a touchdown.

Week-7: BYE

Week-8: vs. Los Angeles Rams W
Prescott throws 4 TD's, Bland gets 3rd pick-six of season as Cowboys rout Rams 43-20
The Cowboys won their 11th consecutive home victory. The streak matches the club's longest since an 11-game run at Texas Stadium in 1991-92, almost two decades before AT&T Stadium opened. Lamb had career highs with 12 catches for 158 yards, including another personal best with 122 yards before the break

Week-9: at Philadelphia L
Jalen Hurts leads Eagles past Cowboys 28-23 for NFL best 8-1 mark
Hurts braved a direct hit on his injured left knee to throw for 207 yards and two touchdowns, and he ran for another tush push score - Prescott threw for 374 yards and three scores. Lamb had 11 catches for 191 yards.

Week-10: vs. New York Giants W
Prescott accounts for 5 TDs, Cowboys rout Giants again 49-17 for 12th straight home win
Prescott threw for 404 yards and four touchdowns while running for another score. The Cowboys (6-3) won 40-0 in the opener in New Jersey. Cooks had his first 100-yard game since joining Dallas in an offseason trade, finishing 13 off his career high with 173. The Giants (2-8) were outgained 368-27 in the first half.

Week-11: at Carolina W
Dak Prescott scores 2 TDs, Bland ties NFL record with 4th pick-6 in Cowboys'' 33-10 rout of Panthers
Prescott threw for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Bland is tied for second on the team in touchdowns, something that doesn't often happen for a cornerback in the NFL, particularly on a team with an offense as explosive as the Cowboys. The Cowboys have averaged 33.6 points over the last five games. Tony Pollard ran for 61 yards and a touchdown, and CeeDee Lamb found the end zone again for his fifth score of the season.

Week-12: vs. Washington W
Bland, Prescott help Cowboys to 13th straight home win with 45-10 victory over Commanders
DaRon Bland set an NFL record with his fifth interception return for a touchdown this season, and the Cowboys extended their longest home winning streak in 42 years to 13. Dak Prescott threw for 331 yards in his fifth consecutive game with at least two TD passes, one shy of his career best. Dallas is now within five games of the 18-game winning streak at old Texas Stadium from 1979-81, when the Cowboys were in middle of an NFL-record run of 20 consecutive winning seasons.

Week-13: vs. Seattle W
Precott throws for 3 TDs, Cowboys extend win streak to 14 with 41-35 win over Seahawks
Dallas’ Brandon Aubrey kicked four field goals to extend the 28-year-old rookie’s NFL record to 26 consecutive makes to start a career. CeeDee Lamb finished with 12 catches for 116 yards. Neither team punted, the first time on NFL history that's happened. - Seattle's QB Geno Smith ran for a score while throwing for 334 yards with an interception.

Week 14 | Philadelphia (13) @ Dallas (33) W
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Week 15 | Dallas (10) @ Buffalo (31) L
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Week 16: Dallas (20) @ Miami (22) L
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Week 17: Detroit (19) @ Dallas (20) W
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Week 18: at Washington W
dak prescott and the dallas cowboys win the nfc east by beating the commanders 38-10
Prescott threw two of his four TDs passes to CeeDee Lamb and finished 31 for 36 for 279 yards as Dallas (12-5) assured itself of playing at home to open the postseason. It’s a third consecutive 12-5 record and postseason trip for Dallas under coach Mike McCarthy. - Last-place Washington (4-13 overall, 0-6 in the NFC East) and expected to be gone Ron Rivera are at the other end of the spectrum after tying a franchise mark for most losses in a season. Rivera, who turned 62 on Sunday, is 102-103-2 as an NFL head coach, 26-40-1 in Washington.


Wild-Card: vs. Green Bay L
Jordan Love and the Packers pull a wild-card stunner, beating Dak Prescott and the Cowboys 48-32
Jordan Love threw for three touchdowns, Aaron Jones ran for three more and Darnell Savage returned an interception 64 yards for a score, Romeo Doubs had a career-high 151 yards receiving a week after being hospitalized with a chest injury - Dak Prescott threw two interceptions before three mostly empty touchdown passes in another playoff flop for him and the No. 2 seed Cowboys (12-6). Dallas is the first team to win at least 12 games in three consecutive playoff seasons without making a conference title game.

Wild Card Playoff: Green Bay (48) @ Dallas (32)
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Green Bay | 9 - 8

Jordan Love threw for three touchdowns, Aaron Jones ran for three more and Darnell Savage returned an interception 64 yards for a score, Romeo Doubs had a career-high 151 yards receiving a week after being hospitalized with a chest injury and the Green Bay Packers handed the Dallas Cowboys their first home loss since the 2022 opener in a 48-32 wild-card stunner Sunday. The Packers have never lost in six trips to AT&T Stadium, including the Super Bowl over Pittsburgh during the 2010 season. They now have two playoff victories over the Cowboys

Dallas | 12 - 5

Dak Presott threw two interceptions before three mostly empty touchdown passes in another playoff flop for him and the No. 2 seed Cowboys (12-6).Prescott finished 41 of 60 for 403 yards, with all three of his touchdowns to tight end jake Ferguson. Dallas had won its previous 16 regular-season home games, but now has allowed the most points in a game in the club's postseason history. The previous high was 38. The Cowboys, who haven't reached an NFC championship since the most recent of their five Super Bowl titles 28 years ago. Dallas is the first team to win at least 12 games in three consecutive playoff seasons without making a conference title game.

Dak Prescott backs Mike McCarthy as Jerry Jones mum on coach's future​

Before the Cowboys' 48-32 playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers in the wild-card round was even finished Sunday, there were questions swirling about the job status of Dallas coach Mike McCarthy. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones, now 81 and a 28th season removed from the franchise's last Super Bowl appearance, would not get into what might or might not happen with McCarthy as Jones stood outside the locker room after the game.

"I haven't thought one second about it," Jones said. "I know how hard, how much it meant to our fans to advance. What this loss to me means, again, not how [or] why, who didn't do what, all of that type of thing -- the only thing on my mind almost this entire game was not an analysis of our strategy, not an analysis of our play, it was, 'Do we get to play here again next week?' And we can't. That could have happened by a point or it could have happened the way it happened out there. That's all I've thought about. It's real."

McCarthy has one more year left on his contract. He is 42-25 in four regular seasons with the Cowboys, including three straight 12-win campaigns and NFC East titles in 2021 and 2023. But he has just one playoff victory, and Sunday's loss came with the Cowboys having the chance to play two postseason contests at AT&T Stadium before a potential NFC Championship Game.

"I think the biggest thing is we're disappointed," McCarthy said. "I got a whole team in the locker room that's hurting. I haven't thought past the outcome of this game."

A number of Dallas players stood up for their coach, including quarterback Dak Prescott and left guard Tyler Smith. They said they appreciated McCarthy's willingness to take care of their health and well-being during the course of the season.

"He's been amazing. I don't know how there can be [questions about his status], but I understand the business," Prescott said. "In that case then there should be about me, as well, honestly. I mean, that guy -- I've had the season I've had because of him. This team has had the success that they've had because of him. And I understand it's about winning the Super Bowl, and that's the standard of the league and damn sure the standard of this place. I get it. But add me to the list in that case."

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Gilmore on playoff meltdown: 'Didn't see it coming'​

The final score was 48-32 but, to be quite honest, it wasn't ever really that close of a contest between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers. The latter came out firing on all cylinders while the latter failed to get into gear time and again, and the Cowboys' season now ends in shocking fashion on Super Wild Card Weekend. Jordan Love looked like prime Aaron Rodgers at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, the Dallas defense having no answers for him or running back Aaron Jones, and while McCarthy's offense did little (until it was too late) to save the day, it was easily the worst defensive outing in the Dan Quinn era. If they hadn't taken their foot off of the accelerator late, Love and Co. might've hung nearly 60 points on the Cowboys on their own field. For the majority of the contest, the Packers owned time of possession, conversion rate, yards per play, number of explosive plays, etc. etc., and the Cowboys defense registered zero sacks and zero takeaways for the first time all season.

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Jerry Jones' disgusted reaction hints Cowboys will fire Mike McCarthy, hire Bill Belichick​

The Dallas Cowboys had everything in front of them. A minimum of two home playoff games after surging to the No. 2 seed. Avoiding the 49ers until the NFC Championship Game. A favorable draw against a hot, but overachieving Packers team that fields the youngest roster in the NFL. Despite all of that, Mike McCarthy's team wet the bed to the highest extreme. There's obviously a ton of blame to go around. Dan Quinn should be near the top of the list after his defense got absolutely worked against Jordan Love and a bunch of first- and second-year receivers. and Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb picked the wrong time to have their worst games of the season. McCarthy has to top the list, though. The Cowboys unraveled after they fell down 14-0 early in the second quarter and McCarthy curled up into a shell as a play-caller at the first sight of adversity. Again. We hate -- absolutely hate -- to call for someone to lose their job, but Sunday should be McCarthy's final game as Cowboys head coach. If Jerry Jones had any sense, held already have Billchick on the phone discussing a contract.

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Bill Belichick's Top Landing Spots After Cowboys Retain HC Mike McCarthy for 2024​

So much for Bill Belichick being the person to end the Dallas Cowboys' decades-long Super Bowl drought. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday the Cowboys will keep head coach Mike McCarthy for the 2024 NFL season, and team owner Jerry Jones confirmed the move: Many fans thought McCarthy might be out the door following Dallas' disastrous showing in the NFC Wild Card Round. Belichick was then floated as a natural replacement given his past track record.
Instead, the vacancy won't be opening at all. Belichick at least has other options, some more attractive than others. Based on what's available, these franchises have the most to offer the 71-year-old.

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The Dallas Cowboys did the unthinkable. Not only did they lose to the Packers, the youngest team in the NFL. Jerry Jones didn't state whether he'd relieve Mike McCarthy of his duties as head coach, but we're hard-pressed to think he doesn't make a change. This is a world-class hiring cycle in terms of available coaches, including six-time Super Bowl champ and the greatest head coach of all-time in Bill Belichick.



Jerry Jones kept Mike McCarthy, so what's next for Cowboys?​

Mike McCarthy has come up with different themes for each Dallas Cowboys season. In 2023, it was "Carpe Ominia," Latin for seize everything. With owner and general manager Jerry Jones bringing McCarthy back for a fifth season, the head coach might not have to put much thought into the 2024 theme. How does "All or Nothing" sound? McCarthy signed a five-year deal with the Cowboys in 2020, and there was no word of any kind of extension being agreed to when the coach met with Jones on Wednesday.

He has a 42-25 record. He has won two NFC East titles in the past three seasons. With McCarthy calling plays this season for the first time in his tenure with the Cowboys, Prescott responded with his best campaign, leading the NFL in touchdown passes (36) a year after he tied for the lead in interceptions (15) despite missing five games with a broken thumb. The Cowboys have made the playoffs in three straight seasons, which they hadn't done since a six-year run from 1991 to 1996 that included wins in Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII and XXX.

McCarthy became the first coach in team history to post three straight 12-win seasons, though some of that is due to playing a 17-game schedule. With McCarthy as the playcaller in 2023, the Cowboys finished No. 1 in points per game (29.9) and No. 5 in yards (371.6). Ultimately, however, McCarthy will be judged on his postseason success. So far, he has lost in the first round of the playoffs twice -- both at AT&T Stadium -- including Sunday's 48-32 enbarrassment against the Green Bay Packers.

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...........Regular Season..................................................................Playoffs

Team: - Years: - Games - Won - Lost - Tie - (W-L%)
................Team: Years: - Games - Won - Lost - (W-L%)
Green Bay: 13 - 204 - 125 - 77 - 2 - (.618)..................Green Bay: 18 - 10 - 8 - (.556)
Dallas: 4 - 67 - 42 - 25 - 0 - (.627)............................Dallas: 4 - 1 - 3 - (.250)

Overall: 17 - 271 - 167 - 102 - 2 - (.620).....................Overall: 22 - 11 - 11 - (.500)

2010: Won Super Bowl with Green Bay
2018: Fired by Green Bay after week 13
2020: Hired by Dallas



Why Dak Prescott has become the Cowboys' new Tony Romo​

The career arcs ofDak Presott and Tony Romo have become so similar they have essentially become the same Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Each showed outstanding regular-season success but left lingering questions in the playoffs. They were teammates for one season, 2016, when the rookie Prescott took over after Romo suffered a preseason back injury. Prescott has held the job ever since. They share a beloved underdog narrative; Romo as an undrafted free agent, Prescott as a fourth-round pick. They were selected for multiple Pro Bowls. They set team records. They used the power of their position with "America's Team" to become household names. But neither has done what Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman did by winning Super Bowls, which ties Prescott and Romo together even more.

Romo had a 2-4 playoff record. Prescott's stands at 2-5 after Sunday's 48-32 demolition by the Green Bay Packers in the wild-card round. Romo had three chances to advance to an NFC Championship Game (2007, 2009, 2014) and never got there. Prescott's chance at a fourth try was wiped out by the Packers after missed chances in 2016, 2018 and 2022.

Prescott turns 31 in July and played every game this season for the first time since 2019, while leading the NFL in touchdown passes (36). Like Romo, he has suffered serious injuries, like a dislocated and fractured right ankle in 2020, and a broken right thumb that forced him to miss five games in 2022, but he believes his off-field habits have made him stronger and more durable.

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cowboys mike mccarthy not expected to get extension, sources say
The answer, simply enough, is no. Jones said he believes that a person in the last year of a contract is challenged in a different way, and it often can bring out the best in people -- which he is banking on happening in 2024 with McCarthy. Jones expected and asked the same of McCarthy's predecessor, Jason Garrett, who twice coached into the final year of his contract.

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Prescott has a $59.4 million salary cap figure, second largest in the NFL behind the Cleveland Browns' Deshaun Watson. This is the final year of the four-year, $160 million deal Prescott signed after the 2020 season that included $126 million guaranteed. The Cowboys have three options with Prescott and his contract: do nothing, add voidable years to his deal, or sign him to a massive contract extension.

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associated press unveils finalist for mvp, offensive player of the year
Lamar Jackson, Christian McCaffrey and Dak Prescott are finalists for The Associated Press 2023 NFL Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year awards. - Bills quarterback Josh Allen and 49ers QB Brock Purdy also are finalists for MVP. Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Cowboys wideout CeeDee Lamb are the other two finalists for Offensive Player of the Year.

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Prescott had 4,516 yards passing, an NFL-best 36 TD passes and a 105.9 passer rating while leading Dallas to an NFC East title. Cowboys edge Micah Parsons had 14 sacks). and cornerback DaRon Bland set an NFL record with five interception returns for a touchdown. Raiders edge Maxx Crosby and Steelers edge T.J. Watt join Garrett as finalists for Defensive Player of the Year.

The winners will be announced a NFL Honorst on Feb. 8. A nationwide panel of 50 media members who regularly cover the league completed voting before the playoffs began.



Cowboys' Jerry Jones: 'No doubt' I could work with Bill Belichick​

It appears Bill Belichick won't be a head coach in the NFL next season. But if the Dallas Cowboys decide to move on from Mike McCarthy after next season, could Jerry Jones' team be an option for the future Hall of Fame coach? Talking to Yahoo Sports at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, the Cowboys owner and general manager said there's "no doubt" he could work with the former New England Patriots coach, whom he calls a "friend." "I know him personally and I like him," Jones told Yahoo. "There's no doubt in my mind we could work together. None."

The Cowboys announced earlier this month that McCarthy would return after the team flopped in a 48-32 loss to the Green Bay Packers in the wild-card round. McCarthy is 42-25 with NFC East titles in 2021 and 2023, earning 12 wins in three of his four seasons but is 1-3 in the postseason. He signed a five-year contract with the Cowboys in 2020, so he will be entering the final year of that deal next season. Jones praised McCarthy on Tuesday when he met with reporters at the Senior Bowl and said the Cowboys would be "all-in" for the 2024 season.

The Cowboys have won three Super Bowl titles under Jones' ownership but haven't advanced to the NFC Championship Game since 1995, the second-longest drought in the conference behind only Washington (1991).

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Quinn will have a lot of work to do in Washington. The Commanders finished 4-13 last season, haven't had a winning record since 2016 and haven't won a playoff game since the 2005 season. - Quinn had previously served as the Atlanta Falcons' head coach from 2015 to 2020, taking the Falcons to the Super Bowl after the 2016 season.

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Zimmer, 67, was a Cowboys assistant coach from 1994-2006, starting as a defensive assistant, moving to defensive backs in 1995, the last year Dallas won a Super Bowl, and serving as the coordinator from 2000-06 under two different head coaches, Dave Campo (2000-02) and Bill Parcells (2003-06).

cowboys' early playoff exit 'embarrassing' ; says emmitt smith
Dallas Cowboys Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, the NFL's all-time leading rusher, has made it clear in a number of interviews this week from Super Bowl LVIII that he is perplexed as to why Mike McCarthy is still the head coach. Cowboys were the only team last year to go undefeated at home in the regular season and had won 16 straight, their longest home win streak since 1979-80.


cowboys' early playoff exit 'embarrassing' ; says emmitt smith
Dallas Cowboys Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, the NFL's all-time leading rusher, has made it clear in a number of interviews this week from Super Bowl LVIII that he is perplexed as to why Mike McCarthy is still the head coach. Cowboys were the only team last year to go undefeated at home in the regular season and had won 16 straight, their longest home win streak since 1979-80.

Cowboys' early playoff exit 'embarrassing,' says Emmitt Smith​

Dallas Cowboys Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, the NFL's all-time leading rusher, has made it clear in a number of interviews this week from Super Bowl LVIII that he is perplexed as to why Mike McCarthy is still the head coach.

"To be honest, I am a little surprised all because the way things have transpired over the last few years. Removing Kellen [Moore] and taking over the controls of the offense and so forth," Smith said on ESPN Radio. "I am a little surprised. The way our team exited out of the playoffs, I am real surprised. Because to me, I look to my leaders and leaders look to players to be ready and be prepared for the situations in all situations. And unfortunately for us, I don't know if we were as prepared as we needed to be.

The Cowboys, who won the NFC East and were the conference's No. 2 seed, were the only home team to lose in the wild-card round of the playoffs, getting hammered 48-32 by the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys were the only team last year to go undefeated at home in the regular season and had won 16 straight, their longest home win streak since 1979-80. The Cowboys have gone 12-5 in each of the last three seasons but have just one playoff victory, a wild-card win at Tampa Bay in 2022. They have lost two home playoff games under McCarthy.

"At the end of the day, I don't understand the mission," Smith told 96.7 The Ticket on Friday. "I don't know if the mission is to sell more tickets and then give us the illusion that we're going to be good every year, and to get ratings every year, or to actually go and win a Super Bowl."

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