CeeDee Lamb explains how the Dallas Cowboys can reach the Super Bowl again
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb thinks the Cowboys will need to show more consistency if they want to reach the Super Bowl. The Cowboys finished the regular season with a 12-5 record and entered the playoffs hoping to win the Super Bowl.
The Cowboys' hopes of winning the Super Bowl were short-lived after suffered a 23-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the wild card round. "We just got to be more consistent throughout the season and honestly just keep our foot on the pedal," Cowboys receiver Lamb told CBS Sports HQ on Thursday on what it'll take for Dallas to get back to the Super Bowl.
"Don't really give up, don't get too lax, and stay playing together and hold each other accountable. Be our best. Just give it our best and I feel like once we do that it's hard to stop us."
Lamb willing to put in the hard work
Lamb's game improved in his second year in the NFL but he is not satisfied as he wants to become the best possible version of himself.
"I take full responsibility and I take full accountability of honestly just perfecting my craft, being better each year at my position and what I do for a living," said Lamb. "My second year was definitely a great start. It was a great stepping stone and I'm looking to build off it." Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was frustrated after the team's playoff exit and he didn't rule out making changes to the team in the offseason.
"If I thought changing out men at any level, that would improve us, I'd change it out," Jones said: "I'm very, very frustrated and upset. You can call it COVID, you can call it anything, but we have used up some very talented players over the last few years."