The Dallas Cowboys, from top to bottom, represent a typical blend of highly talented players mixed in with gaping holes throughout the roster and front office.
Sticking with the roster, it is well known that recent moves by Jerry Jones and staff, such as the Roy Williams trade in 2008, have gone far in leaving voids at positions of great need that have caused a trickle down effect.
But there is light at the end of the tunnel. Even despite the awful draft of 2009, there are players beginning to emerge as recent cuts have created the opportunity for young players to make an impact.
If the Cowboys were completely rebuilding, these 10 players would almost certainly be playing many more snaps than they are at the present time. Better yet, these players could begin to fill voids that strengthen the roster which is already bolstered by Pro Bowl players such as Tony Romo, DeMarcus Ware, Jay Ratliff and Jason Witten.
Here they are ...