Ranking individual players on an NFL team's roster by importance or value is a new fad that needs to go. Sure, some players are better than others (there are starters, second-string players, reserves, etc.) but quarterbacks don't play defense, linebackers can only cheer for the offense from the sideline and kickers occasionally make touchdown-saving tackles. So why rank the players? It's pointless, especially when trying to measure the success of a team like the Dallas Cowboys.
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