Sep 28, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive backSterling Moore
(26) breaks up a pass intended for New Orleans Saints tight endJimmy Graham
(80) in the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium. Dallas beat New Orleans 38-17. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
Sterling Moore, Cornerback, Dallas Cowboys
Staying in Dallas we have another player who has constantly been undervalued by the Cowboys. Sterling Moore, an undrafted corner originally of the New England Patriots, was actually released by Dallas in 2013. For some reason no one picked him up, he wound up back in Dallas and has played very well since then.
Not only does Moore have starting experience in Dallas, but he also has showed up in big moments. Moore was the one who knocked down the pass intended for Ravens receiver Lee Evans. The deflection led to a missed field goal and a super bowl berth by the Patriots.
Moore also has shown some versatility by playing the slot corner as well as outside in Dallas. While in New England he also lined up some at safety.
A sure tackler with a lot of swagger, Moore could be a great bargain player who would provide depth and starting experience to the defensive secondary.
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