Dallas Cowboys' NFC Championship drought continues.

During the first thirty years of the Super Bowl era, the Cowboys were a consistent participant in the game that ultimately led to a spot in the title game. Because of that, not.

A loss on Sunday brings the number of years that have passed since Dallas has not participated in an NFC Championship game to 28. 1995 was the most recent year that it occurred.

The fact that the Cowboys qualified for the National Football League's version of the last four, on average, just a little bit more than every other year throughout the first three decades of the Super Bowl, is one of the things that makes this drought feel even more incredible.

From Super Bowl I all the way to Super Bowl XXX, they competed in the National Football Conference Championship sixteen times.

The years 1966, 1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 were all years in which it took place.

Despite taking a ten-year vacation between 1982 and 1992, the Cowboys nonetheless participated in sixteen of the first thirty games in order to increase their chances of winning the Super Bowl.

Crickets have been going back and forth ever since the Cowboys won their third Super Bowl in the past four years. The situation has deteriorated to the point that the Texans have won more postseason games than the Cowboys have since the Cowboys entered the National Football League in 2002.

Houston has thereby become the team of Texas, despite the fact that the Cowboys may still be considered America's Team. Additionally, it is difficult to deny the possibility that owner Jerry Jones is well aware of the issue when it comes to selecting what to do with coach Mike McCarthy and maybe who to replace him with.

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