Kyle Brandt buries the Cowboys: 'They're not about championships'

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Our buddy and co-host of Good Morning Football on the NFL Network, Kyle Brandt, is back and this time he's here to bury the Dallas Cowboys following their 19-12 loss to the 49ers in Sunday's divisional playoff game.

“This organization is not about title games and championships and Super Bowls," Brandt said on Monday's show. "It hasn’t been since I’ve got my driver license.”

Brandt pointed out that Dallas won a playoff game for just the 5th time over the last 27 years: "That's huge, they should have a parade!" Brandt said sarcastically.

After the game, Dak Prescott—who threw two interceptions and just one touchdown—called his play "unacceptable."

"No it's not. It's completely acceptable. You do it every year and you just get paid and that's how the business works. You are one of the highest paid guys in the league, you guys never do anything of consequence. It's the definition of acceptable."

Brandt, of course, was one of the Eagles' biggest national supporters during
their 2018 Super Bowl run.

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