Every NFL team can longingly look through its draft history and wonder what could've been. The Cowboys are no exception.
Since the turn of the century, Jerry Jones & Co. have made some decisions on draft day that are likely to leave Cowboys fans slapping their foreheads in hindsight.
With all due respect, we'll let the players from the 2014 and 2015 drafts develop a little more before rushing to any judgments.
Here's a look at the Cowboys' 14 biggest draft blunders since 2000.
2001: Tony Dixon over Adrian Wilson
This might go down as one of the worst drafts in Cowboys history. Most remember the infamous Quincy Carter pick at No. 53, but fewer remember that Alabama S Tony Dixon came to the Cowboys just three picks later. Dixon made 15 starts in five seasons with the Cowboys before being shown the door. The next safety came off the board just eight picks later when the Cardinals took Adrian Wilson, who has been a cornerstone of the Arizona defense ever since. He had nearly 900 career tackles, and five Pro Bowl appearances.
2003: Terence Newman over Troy Polamalu