3 Cowboys whose stock is soaring right before playoffs (and 1 whose stock is plummeting)

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Cowboy whose stock is soaring: Donovan Wilson

Malik Hooker has been the most consistent of Dallas' safety trio this season, but Donovan Wilson has rounded into form at the perfect time.

In Week 17 against Detroit, Wilson picked off Jared Goff just before the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter that helped the Cowboys clinch the win.

In the Week 18 finale, Wilson picked off Sam Howell late in the first half with Dallas leading 14-10. The pass was deflected by DeMarcus Lawrence at the line of scrimmage and Wilson showed tremendous concentration and ball skills to complete the INT. He was also getting mauled by Curtis Samuel, who did his best to prevent the turnover.

All of a sudden, Wilson is back to making splash plays, which have been his calling card over his career. He had a huge forced fumble of Jalen Hurts in Week 14, arguably the Cowboys' biggest win of the season. His 89.8 and 89.9 PFF grades in the final two games were the highest single-game grades of his career.

Wilson's stock is the highest its been all season. We have a feeling he's going to make another big play against the Packers on Sunday.