7 People Representing The Cowboys In Pro Bowl


After the Dallas Cowboys went 13-3 this year and captured the NFC’s number one seed, they didn’t much further as they lost shortly after that in Playoff. This team had an amazing regular season, so the top players were rewarded by a Pro Bowl selection. Some of them have already made it in the past years, while some of them are going to be a part of the annual Pro Bowl game for the first time in their young careers.

Dak Prescott is going to his first Pro Bowl appearance after leading this team to an amazing record as a rookie quarterback. He ended the regular season with 23 TDs and only 4 INTs. In Cowboys lone postseason game, he threw for almost 400 yards with 3 TDs and 1 INT. He is joined by Ezekiel Elliot, another 1st-time selection for a guy that led the league in rushing with 1631 yards in his rookie year. Dez Bryant will be accompanying them for the third time in his career after he was announced as a replacement for Julio Jones.


Dallas Cowboys have the best offensive line in the game. They are great when it comes to blocking for a run or protecting the quarterback. That’s why three of their starting five offensive linemen have been named to Pro Bowl. Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick, and Zach Martin will also be at the Pro Bowl this Sunday. Linebacker Sean Lee has also been named to a Pro Bowl, as a replacement for Luke Keuchly.

Since the Dallas had the number one seed in the NFC, their head coach Jason Garrett has been added to a coaching staff in the Pro Bowl match, and he will be teams’ seventh representative on Sunday.