10. Michael Irvin (Super Bowl XXVII) - Irvin caught a pair of touchdowns of 18 and 19 yards right before the half. Irvin finished the day with six catches for 114 yards.
9. Bob Lilly (Super Bowl VI) - Lilly chased down Dolphins QB Bob Greise for a 29-yard loss that was the signature play on a 24-3 win, giving the Cowboys’ franchise its first title.
8. Roger Staubach (Super Bowl VI) - Staubach wasn’t flashy but efficient, completing 12 of 19 passes for 122 yards and two TDs to a pair of future Hall of Famers in Lance Alworth and Mike Ditka.
7. Larry Brown (Super Bowl XXX) - Right place at the right time … twice. That’s the best way to describe Brown’s game as he picked off two passes to set up two Emmitt Smith touchdowns and take home MVP honors.
6. Ken Norton Jr. (Super Bowl XXVII) - The memorable goal-line tackle on Kenneth Davis was a momentum changer. Norton also knocked Jim Kelly out of the game and then returned a fumble for a late touchdown.
5. Chuck Howley (Super Bowl V) – Still the only player in Super Bowl history to win the MVP on the losing team, but Howley filled up the stat sheet with two interceptions, a fumble recovery and nearly 10 tackles.
4. Harvey Martin/Randy White (Super Bowl XII) - The Doomsday Defense shut down the Broncos all day. Martin had two sacks and White had one and forced a fumble.
3. Emmitt Smith (Super Bowl XXVIII) – Emmith Smuth rushed for 131 yards and two scores to cap off a glorious season, being named NFL and Super Bowl MVP in same year.
2. James Washington (Super Bowl XXVIII) - Washington tied the game with a huge XX-yard fumble return, along with a forced fumble and an interception, getting involved in 3 turnovers.
1. Troy Aikman (Super Bowl XXVII) – Aikman was 22 of 30 for 273 yards and 4 TDs, spreading the wealth to three different receivers. It was a team win but Aikman’s performance clearly led the way.