Is it true that Rashi explains as follows:
Seventy weeks [of years] have been decreed on Jerusalem from the day of the first destruction in the days of Zechariah until it will be [destroyed] the second time. to terminate the transgression and to end sin so that Israel should receive their complete retribution in the exile of Titus and his subjugation, in order that their transgressions should terminate, their sins should end, and their iniquities should be expiated, in order to bring upon them eternal righteousness and to anoint upon them (sic) the Holy of Holies: the Ark, the altars, and the holy vessels, which they will bring to them through the king Messiah. The number of seven weeks is four hundred and ninety years. The Babylonian exile was seventy [years] and the Second Temple stood four hundred and twenty [years].
"In the Stone edition, the footnote to the words “the anointed one” in Daniel 9:26 summarizes Rashi’s view as follows: “I.e., Agrippa, the last Jewish king, at the end of the Second Temple Era. After his death, the prince of this verse, the Roman Titus, would command the destruction of the Temple, which will not be rebuilt until after the War of Gog and Magog, in MESSIANIC times.” So, Rashi taught that the prophecy pinpointed the death of Agrippa and the destruction of the Temple – but then simply drifted off to the distant future in terms of the final fulfillment of the prophecy."