2. Tony Pollard
Cowboys fans have seen a new version of Tony Pollard over the last month. Whether it was Pollard still feeling the effects of offseason ankle surgery or the offensive line not blocking well for the run game, Pollard was wildly inefficient to start the year; so much so that his numbers looked similar to Ezekiel Elliott's final year in Dallas.
Over the last four games, Pollard's 84.2 rushing grade is fourth among running backs, per Pro Football Focus. He's ninth in rushing yards (258) during that span, seventh in yards after contact (193) and has the eight-most missed tackles forced with 12.
It's anyone's guess if the Cowboys will retain Pollard. They probably don't want to invest heavily into another RB after the Elliott debacle, but he could earn himself a big pay day in free agency if he shows up big over the final three games.
As great as Dak Prescott has played, Polalrd's been one of the league's most explosive backs for a month and Dallas would be smart to continue feeding him against the Dolphins, Lions and Commanders.