Cowboys Corral: Here Are The 7 Dallas Players To Make This Year’s NFL Pro Bowl Games
Yes, there are bigger fish to fry as the Cowboys are in a position to win the NFC East and secure the second seed in the playoffs. But having multiple players selected for the Pro Bowl Games is a good sign of a successful year.
Here's a closer look at the seven Cowboys selected for this year's NFL Pro Bowl Games.
Bland, who took over for the injured Trevon Diggs, has cooled off in recent weeks but not before he set the NFL record for the most pick-6s in a season. He also holds the most interceptions in the league with eight. This will be Bland's first trip to the Pro Bowl.
Aubrey is the epitome of "automatic" connecting on all 35 of his field goals for the year. The former soccer player has drilled 9 out of 9 from 50 yards or more and also now holds the NFL record for most touchbacks in a season with 95. This will also be Aubrey's first trip to the Pro Bowl.
This will be Dak's first trip back to the Pro Bowl since 2018 and his third time to get selected. Dak leads the league in touchdown passes with 32 and has the second-best QB rating in the league.
Martin, who's been dominating the league for ten seasons, now adds a 9th Pro Bowl to his stellar career and becomes only the sixth Cowboys player to do so.
To no one's surprise, "The Lion" makes the Pro Bowl for the third straight time to join Cowboys Hall of Fame great Mel Renfro as the only players selected in their first three years. Parsons is ninth in the league with 13 sacks but leads the league in quarterback pressures. Quite frankly I think he's the best player in the NFL.
Anger makes the Pro Bowl for the second time and joins former punter Matt McBriar as the only two-time selection.
Cee Dee Lamb
Cee Dee Lamb recently broke Michael Irvin's franchise record for the most receiving yards and catches in a season. His performance against the Lions where he caught 13 catches for 227 yards was epic. He also has eight straight games with a TD catch which is the longest streak in Cowboys history. The dude is just different.
Of course, there is no actual game played these days but it has been a more competitive spirit with the Pro Bowl Games, which takes place February 1st in Orlando, Florida.
Hopefully, we won't see any of the Cowboys at the Pro Bowl, because that would mean we're going to the Super Bowl!
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