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Who is this year’s “Antwaun Woods” player who comes out of nowhere to take a starting spot?

Which unknown will emerge as a key starter in 2019?

It’s hard not to be excited about the the current Dallas Cowboys football team. This group is loaded with star talent and they are loaded with depth. It’s going to be hard for some players to make the roster, but every year there are always surprises. Some player will emerge from nowhere and end up playing a significant role on the team. But who?

Over at the Mothership’s “Ask The Boys” segment, David Helman was asked which player could possibly become the next Antwaun Woods?

Last year at this time, Woods was a nobody. He went undrafted and was signed by the Tennessee Titans in 2016, but only played in one game before he was released in May of last year. The Cowboys signed him a week later as what most people viewed as just a long-shot guy fighting for a depth spot. It didn’t take long for Woods to start turning heads and by the time preseason rolled around, he was seeing time with the first team. And it trickled over into the regular season as Woods’ 583 snaps was the most by any Cowboys defensive tackle. He planted himself down as the team’s starting 1-Tech DT.

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