Dak Prescott's future is uncertain, but Jerry Jones insists Cowboys are ‘all in’ for 2024.

They know fans are upset, disillusioned, and lost faith in the franchise.

Their last Super Bowl title was in 1995, and their early playoff elimination versus Green Bay marks 29 years of unsuccessful playoffs. 

Three straight postseason losses after 12-5 regular seasons under Mike McCarthy.

The Cowboys are rebuilding for 2024 with big doubts regarding McCarthy and quarterback Dak Prescott, who are entering their final years of contracts.

Executive vice president Stephen Jones faced the media at the Senior Bowl on Tuesday and admitted Cowboys fan fatigue.

“There’s no way they’ll explicitly trust you until you get it done,” Stephen Jones remarked. 

“There will be doubt until we compete at that level and finish the job. Rightfully so.”

Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner, spoke for 30 minutes before Stephen Jones about how the Cowboys “laid an egg” in the wild card game defeat to Green Bay Packers

calling it unforgivable and his deepest postseason disappointment.

He stated accountability starts with him and reforms will follow.

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