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2018 Pro Bowl Voting

Game Highlights

Thursday marks the final day for fan voting for the 2018 Pro Bowl.

There are multiples way for fans to vote, most notably by visiting during this entire month of voting. Voting will also open on Twitter on Nov. 29, where you can vote by using the hashtags #ProBowlVote and #PlayerName to get their favorite players onto the Pro Bowl roster. It's important to note that during the final two days of voting, all hashtag votes on Twitter will count double.

With just three games left to play, there are plenty of Cowboys players drawing consideration for Pro Bowl votes.


Elliott has a chance to earn his second NFL rushing crown in the last three years. His 1,262 rushing yards leads the league, and he's got 65 receptions for 502 yards to go along with that. He has gone over 100 yards in four of his last five games, and he needs just 236 yards to reach 2,000 all-purpose yards for the season. **VOTE NOW!**

It's astonishing to think how much Cooper has accomplished in six short weeks with the Cowboys. After torching Washington for 180 yards and two touchdowns on Thanksgiving, he dropped 217 yards and three touchdowns on Philadelphia last week. In six games with the Cowboys, he has caught 40 passes for 642 yards and six touchdowns. Combine that with his stats from earlier this season, as a member of the Oakland Raiders, and he is close to a 1,000-yard campaign. With three games to play, he's got 62 total catches for 922 yards and seven touchdowns. **VOTE NOW!**

It hasn't always looked as dominant as we're used to seeing from Tyron Smith, but the five-time Pro Bowler is still playing like one of the best offensive tackles in football. The veteran tackle holds down the left side for the No. 5 rushing offense in football, and he has rebounded over the last month to keep Dak Prescott's blindside clean. A stinger forced Smith to miss two games in November, but he'll be available for the home stretch. **VOTE NOW!**

The Cowboys made Martin the best-paid guard in football during the offseason, and he is delivering on that. Name the metric, and Martin is performing at the top of the league in that category. To this point in the season, the Cowboys are averaging five yards per carry when they run behind him, and he has surrendered just one sack. On top of that, he has yet to draw a penalty this year. He has done all of that despite battling a knee injury that might keep him out of Sunday's game in Indianapolis.**VOTE NOW!**


Lawrence made his first Pro Bowl last season, and he has picked up where he left off in 2018. Even with the added attention of being the Cowboys' best pass rusher, he is leading the team with 8.5 sacks and 30 quarterback pressures so far this season. He's been equally good against the run, tallying 41 tackles and 12 tackles for loss. Throw in his acrobatic interception against the Redskins, and Lawrence is truly doing it all for the Dallas defense. **VOTE NOW!**

The former Notre Dame star was a starter in 2017, but he has truly enjoyed a breakout campaign this season. Smith is second on the team with 116 tackles, and he has also enjoyed a prominent role as part of the Cowboys' pass rush. Used often in blitzing situations, Smith is currently fourth on the team with four sacks, and he has another five tackles for loss to go along with that.**VOTE NOW!**

Talk about an impressive debut. Vander Esch is leading the Cowboys in tackles as a rookie, with 136 so far this season, to go along with three tackles for loss. He's gotten to that mark despite starting just eight games on the year, as he rotated with veteran Sean Lee at the outset of the season. Vander Esch's 19 tackles in Week 10 against Philadelphia were the most ever by a Cowboys rookie. **VOTE NOW!**

In the time since he moved over to cornerback, Jones has been one of the steadiest in the NFL. The Cowboys' athletic veteran has routinely locked down his man during games, and he has found time to add another 60 tackles – fifth-best on the team. He hasn't logged an interception yet this season, but his 13 pass breakups leads the team by a considerable margin. **VOTE NOW!**