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NFL World Reacts To Jimmy Johnson's Comment About Dak Prescott

FOX NFL analyst Jimmy Johnson at the Super Bowl.

MIAMI BEACH, FL - JANUARY 28: Former NFL coach and FOX NFL SUNDAY Analyst Jimmy Johnson during the Super Bowl LIV FOX Sports Media Day on January 28, 2020 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, FL. (Photo by Rich Graessle/PPI/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

After the Cowboys upset loss to the sixth-seeded 49ers Sunday, FOX Sports shared that Dak Prescott and former Dallas quarterback Tony Romo share the same postseason record through their first six seasons.

Hall of Famer and coach of the dynastic Cowboys of the 90's, Jimmy Johnson shared his disappointment in Dallas' lack of playoff success. "A shame..." he tweeted.

Johnson's tweet got plenty of reaction from NFL Twitter. "Yes it’s a damn shame," one Cowboys fan responded. "We can blame Garrett, Linehan, McCarthy, Moore, etc. but at the end of day it’s all Jerry Jones fault."

"Jimmy come save us," another fan replied.

"Dak has had exponentially better and more talented teams than Romo in those years," commented one user.

"Please uncurse us Jimmy," another said.

It's hard to believe, but the "America's Team" hasn't won a Super Bowl in more than a quarter century. Since Jerry Jones chose to move off of Jimmy Johnson, the Dallas Cowboys have yet to sustain the success that his culture created from 1989-1993.

Despite fielding very talented teams over the years, Dallas can never seem to live up to their championship expectations.

2021 was no different.