The only word that can properly describe the run that the Dallas Cowboys have been on in 2016 really is unreal.
It’s unreal that they’ve won a franchise-best 11 consecutive games, they have a playoff spot secured on December 5th, and just when you think things have reached the most ridiculous level possible… the greatness keeps on happening.
While we hope that the Cowboys will have other things on their plate when this season’s Pro Bowl happens, it’s still an honor to be deemed a Pro Bowl player. This is a process that features a lot of votes, and pretty much all of them have been directed at America’s Team. Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott – two Cowboys rookies – are the leading vote-getters for the Pro Bowl.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 5, 2016
There is no way on Earth, Mars, or Neptune that any one of us could have dreamt what this season has become. None. 2016 has been like when you go buy a copy of Madden, win all the games, and your created players win every accolade. There are no created players… only Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott.
It truly is their world, and what a world it is.