1. LT Tyron Smith
The Cowboys offensive line leaked oil against the Seahawks. Not that the unit performed poorly. They largely struggled with stunts and communication.
Tyron Smith, though, took the form of a brick wall protecting Dak Prescott's blindside. In 57 pass-block snaps he allowed just one pressure, didn't allow a QB hit and finished with a 86.9 pass-blocking grade, per Pro Football Focus.
The performance was par for the course from Smith this season, who's clearly benefited from not practicing during the week.
Currently, Smith owns the highest pass-blocking grade among tackles who've played 300 pass-blocking snaps with a 89.2, per PFF. His nine pressures allowed are the fewest at the position, and he hasn't allowed a sack or QB hit all season. Further, Smith's 98.7 pass-blocking efficiency is the best among tackles.
Smith is putting together his best season in years. He's playing at an All-Pro level and you have to think Dallas will look to re-sign him in the offseason.