Five Cowboys Players Primed To Make Their First Pro Bowl Appearance

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January 24, 2014; Ko’Olina, HI, USA; Team Rice running back DeMarco Murray of the Dallas Cowboys (29) talks to Team Sanders tight end Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys (82) during the 2014 Pro Bowl media day at J.W. Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Despite how you might feel about the Dallas Cowboys prospects for having a successful season in 2014, you can not argue that this team is full of young, talented players.  Some of whom that will be looking to make their first Pro Bowl appearance in 2015.

Last season, the Cowboys had five players in the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl. They were: wide receiver Dez Bryant, tight end Jason Witten, offensive tackle Tyron Smith, running back DeMarco Murray and defensive tackle Jason Hatcher.

This offseason, the Cowboys have experienced a bit if a roster transition. Losing veteran players like All-Pro defensive end DeMarcus Ware, the aforementioned Hatcher and wide receiver Miles Austin has opened up starting roles that could end in Pro Bowl caliber seasons for their replacements.

In the following pages, I’ve listed five Cowboys players that I believe could make the Pro Bowl for the first time this upcoming season.

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  • David

    No offense but I think you are way off base with a couple of these guys. I think Baily and maybe even Harris deserved some consideration last year. This year maybe they make it. I really hope Frederick steps up to that level of play. Howver in regards to TW and Church dont see that remotely happeing. For TW to make it Dez would have to go down with an injury. TW will just not get that many balls with a healthy Dez and Witten. Guys like Escobar are also going to get increased targets as well. Now as for Church no offense but he has shown no playmaking ability whatsoever to lead me to believe he would be anywhere near Pro Bowl caliber…Yes he makes a lot of tackles but that is a product of poor play in front of him and the lack of coverage ability with guys catching balls on him all day. He also lacks range great range to help out the corners when back in cover two and cover his deep half of the field. He has one pick in his entire career..

  • Guy Smith

    I think is Barry Church makes the Pro Bowl, he probably went to Church, ALOT..