The Dallas Cowboys Ten Highest Graded Players of 2015
We determine who were the top ten Dallas Cowboys players of 2015.
This season the sports statistics site Pro Football Focus altered it’s ranking system.
It’s always been a nice tool to use.
More from The Landry Hat
- 3 ways Cowboys’ Dak Prescott can have a bounce-back season in 2023
- Cowboys News: Dallas sets pre-draft visit with potential Dalton Schultz upgrade
- NFL executives heaping praise on offseason is uncharted territory for Cowboys
- 3 free agent signings from NFC East rivals that left Cowboys fans laughing
- Cowboys News: Brandin Cooks sends flattering message to CeeDee Lamb, Stephon Gilmore
Loaded with statistics that aren’t necessarily available everywhere.
The flip side to that, is people treating the grades like gospel.
It’s easy to spin statistics to suit a target audience.
This year for example Le’Veon Bell is ranked as the best running back of the season.
The Steelers running back only played in six games; was he really better than Doug Martin, Chris Ivory or Todd Gurley?
But in those six games he played he graded highly thus placing him in top spot.
To see how PFF grade their players in full, have a read here.
There’s no hiding the fact it was a disastrous season for the Cowboys.
The main men were injured, the back ups failed to impress and the year fizzled out with a whimper.
How did the Cowboys players compare to their positional colleagues?
I’ve looked at how Dallas’ players were graded and put together the Top Ten Cowboys of 2015.
Next: Top Ten Cowboys: #10 - Old Reliable