Though we're forced-fed Cowboys content constantly, some of their guys occasionally fly under the radar.
1. Jayron Kearse, safety
Jayron Kearse is good. No, you don't understand. He's really good.
You can often find some flash without substance on a Cowboys roster often, but that doesn't apply here. Kearse truly does everything.
He has produced a sack. He has picked off a pass. He has broken up three more. Hie 32 total tackles are the third most on the team.
2. Markquese Bell, safety
The Cowboys secondary has some dudes. Kearse is a special player from the safety position. His partner in crime, Markquese Bell, isn't too shabby of a talent either. The latter has produced the Cowboys' second-highest tackle total.
3. Damone Clark, linebacker
Damone Clark missed the first seven games of his rookie campaign because of injury, but if he can turn it on and live up to all of that potential we saw at LSU with the Tigers, this young man might be a problem for a very long time. He leads the Cowboys in total tackles.
4. Osa Odighizuwa, interior defensive lineman
He doesn't get the same pub as some of his defensive teammates. Seeing as how he is tied for the team's second-highest sack total and has managed to rack up five tackles for loss, however, it's time we give Osa Odighizuwa some mention.
5. KaVontae Turpin, WR, returner
KaVonte Turpin set the NFL world on fire during the preseason (if that's possible). He's a do-it-all player that could be a wild card.
He can shift momentum with a special teams play. His versatility has also helped him reach the end zone as a receiver and as a rusher.