Top 10: Most Improved Players in 2016 Looks Defensive With One Exception

FRISCO, Texas– The 2016 season will be remembered mostly for two individuals.

Neither of the two will make the following list for obvious reasons.

As great as Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott were for the Cowboys this past year, they didn't exactly improve from the previous season, mainly because they weren't here.

This week's Top 10 list focuses on the players who improved the most from the previous year. What we saw out of them in 2015 and what they showed in 2016 needed to be a big jump to get on this list.

One of the more notable omissions here is Ron Leary, who certainly played a lot more this past season, but wasn't considered by the DallasCowboys.com staff writers to have made a major jump in production, only in opportunity.

So here's a look at the 10 players picked to have made the biggest improvement from the previous year.

Take a look at DallasCowboys.com's rankings for the most improved players of the 2016 season.

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