The Dallas Cowboys have one of the best rosters in the NFL.
That is a big reason for their 12-5 season and earning the first Wild Card in the NFC.
Dallas has plenty of impact players, but three stood out and made the All-Pro team this year.
Just announced: The 2022 AP First and Second All-Pro Team: pic.twitter.com/PHDzkcsMDS
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) January 13, 2023
All three of these Cowboys are deserving their spots on the All-Pro team.
Each of them has been elite this season, and their stats prove it.
Parsons had 13.5 sacks this season along with 27 QB hits and remains one of the most disruptive players in the league.
His 30% pass-rush win rate ranks first amongst edge defenders in the league.
Parsons has also made history by making his second All-Pro team in as many seasons.
Cowboys LB Micah Parsons is the second defender since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger to be named to the AP All-Pro first team in his first two seasons in the league.
The only other: Lawrence Taylor (1981-82).
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) January 13, 2023
His speed and power as a rusher make him a serious problem for all types of offensive tackles.
He even blitzes up the middle from linebacker on occasion.
Look out for Parsons to have a ton of success against the Buccaneers’ offensive line on Monday night.
For Martin, his Hall-Of-Fame career gets another All-Pro accolade.
Six first-team All-Pro selections for Zack Martin, eight selections overall. In nine seasons. The only time he hasn’t been named All-Pro in some capacity was 2020, when he missed six games due to injury. 2010s All-Decade. Eight Pro Bowls.
— David Helman (@davidhelman_) January 13, 2023
His 96% pass-block win rate ranks third in the NFL amongst all offensive guards.
Plus, he is also available to play and he has been reliable throughout his career.
Lastly, Lamb was named to an All-Pro team for the first time in his career.
His second-team nod was well deserved after a 107-catch, 1,359-yard, and nine-touchdown season.
Lamb was the Cowboys’ best offensive player this season, and he will once again be crucial in the playoffs.
Dallas should look to make him a focal point of their offense because he is the one receiver they can trust to get open.
According to PlayerProfiler, Lamb has the eighth-best route win rate in the NFL at 50.6%.
The 23-year-old will be open plenty on Monday and the Cowboys should utilize that.
Overall, all three of these Cowboys studs will be counted on to help the team in their first playoff game since 2018.