Love them or hate them, the Dallas Cowboys remain one of the NFL’s most popular teams.
That fame made them the league’s most valuable franchise, and they have been on HBO’s Hard Knocks three times.
While they have a massive fanbase globally, they also have notable detractors like ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith.
But in terms of the NFL Draft, they’ve been a model of consistency, as The Athletic’s Jon Machota shared.
Most All-Pro draft picks since 2010:
Five other teams: 6
2010: Dez Bryant, Sean Lee
2011: Tyron Smith, DeMarco Murray
2013: Travis Frederick
2014: Zack Martin
2016: Ezekiel Elliott
2020: Trevon Diggs
2021: Micah Parsons
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) April 26, 2022
It’s impressive that the Cowboys have drafted nine All-Pros since 2010.
The San Francisco 49ers are not far behind with seven, while five other franchises had six each.
Trevon Diggs became an All-Pro in 2020 and led the league in interceptions last season.
Finally, Micah Parsons became a First-Team All-Pro and Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2021.
All-Pros Didn’t Translate To Postseason Success
While those players achieved individual success, the Cowboys’ playoff heartbreaks continued.
Since 2010, the team has made the postseason four times but never reached the NFC Championship Game.
Two of their Divisional Round losses were against the Green Bay Packers, while the other one was at the hands of the Los Angeles Rams.
Last year, the Cowboys played host to the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card Round but lost, 23-17.
However, they hope to land another All-Pro with their nine picks in the 2022 NFL Draft and erase their postseason failures.