Top 10 Dallas Cowboys Players of the 2017-2018 SeasonHow bout them Cowboys! Jerry Jones has got to be loving this new Cowboys team. America's team has big expectations to go back to the playoffs, but repeating the same performance is going to be a tough task.
The best guard, arguably in the league today, is Zack Martin. In every play I've seen from Dallas, it's clear that nobody can outmaneuver him. Even some of the greatest defensive linemen have a hard time getting past Martin.
Yes, the top three are arguably the most important keys to Dallas's success, and they don't get the credit they deserve. This great wall was built impressively, making any quarterback look good in that system.
One of the best centers in the league, a little overlooked, is a big part of the great wall of Dallas.
Dak is the real deal, and I'm proud that they finally moved on from the dead weight that was Tony Romo. They realized he was getting too old and kept getting injured, so the right thing to do was pass the torch to a younger, and probably better, quarterback for the future of Dallas: Mr. Prescott.
Sean Lee seems to have problems staying healthy, but when he's on the field, he at least makes an effort, even if bruised up a bit. When DeMarcus Ware left, he pretty much took control of that defense from there on out.
Zeke is looking like the next great running back of today. However, something tells me this is the one year he might not be what he was in his rookie season. The fact that he has to miss six games due to an abuse case raises more questions about whether he could play at all. Next thing you know, he might put up a ton of yards, but not nearly as many as he did in his rookie season, which was unreal.
He performed better in 2018 than in 2019 because I don't know how he was stopped so easily in 2019.
He is literally the most accurate kicker in the NFL. I mean, aside from last year, he is one heck of a kicker that Dallas found at just the right time to replace Nick Folk.
This guy could be a huge difference-maker for this defense in the long term. It was very risky picking a guy with a scary injury that prevented him from playing his first year. Now, in year two, Dallas shocked us all when they made it to the playoffs with two rookies, something we haven't seen since the '90s when Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith came into town. Could Jaylon Smith be the DeMarcus Ware they once had?
Despite being labeled a hater of this wide receiver, Dez can make plays when he doesn't have an attitude-tantrum meltdown. As you can see, this is accurately presented in the picture to the left. Accept it.
Well, he has a cool-sounding name at least. Coming from what is arguably the greatest college program in NCAA history, I see him working out well in Dallas. They need somebody up front to eventually lead this young defense into becoming a potential Super Bowl-contending team.