1. DaRon Bland
You can argue no Cowboys player's arrow was trending more down than Bland's coming into Sunday's game.
On Thanksgiving against the Commanders, Bland allowed eight catches on 11 targets for 110 yards. He salvaged that performance with a pick-six that broke the NFL record for most pick-sixes in a season, but he followed that with the worst game of his career -- and maybe the worst game played by a CB in the NFL all season -- when he allowed eight catches on 12 targets for 169 yards and a TD vs the Seahawks.
After two stinkers, Bland was back to his best against the Eagles. He allowed just eight yards on four targets and a 56.3 passer rating, per Pro Football Focus. He also allowed just 1.8 yards of separation and was a force against the run, finishing third on the team with five tackles, including two tackles for loss.
Bland deserves major credit for bouncing back from Week 13. All told, though, we should've seen this bounce-back coming after he made a clutch interception in that game despite laboring through the worst game of his career.
The 24-year-old is back and that is fantastic news for the Cowboys.