The Dallas Cowboys secondary has been one of their biggest weak spots for longer than I care to remember. With a painfully questionable past, an equally uncertain future looms just as large.
It certainly has not been for a lack of effort when it comes to curing the plague of mediocrity that has surrounded this position. Since 2012, the Dallas Cowboys have chosen 14 different cornerbacks or safeties via the draft. They have also spent big money in free agency, yet nothing has really worked.
The only member of the Dallas Cowboys secondary to make a Pro Bowl for this team in the past decade was cornerback Byron Jones in 2018.