Where Cowboys Linemen Rank Among 30-Plus Players Without Super Bowl Win

Where Cowboys Linemen Rank Among 30-Plus Players Without Super Bowl Win
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It’s been 28 years and counting since the Dallas Cowboys last hoisted the Vince Lombardi trophy, with the Mike McCarthy-coached club looking to snap that streak this fall.

When McCarthy and the Cowboys take the field Sunday for their season opener against the New York Giants on NBC, they’ll feature two of the best players in the league to never win it all. That duo, in veteran offensive linemen Zack Martin and Tyron Smith, are among the best players in the league to never win a Super Bowl, according to ProFootballReference.com.

BetTexas.com utilized ProFootballReference.com to look at the best players 30 years or older currently active in the NFL that have never won a Super Bowl. By utilizing their Hall of Fame monitor, we were able to determine the most deserving players to win the 2024 Super Bowl.

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Best Over 30 NFL Players Without Super Bowl

Rank Position/Player/Team HOF Monitor Rating
1WR, Julio Jones (Free Agent) 107.77
2 OLB, Khalil Mack (Chargers) 89.85
3 OG, Zack Martin (Cowboys) 88.68
4 CB, Patrick Peterson (Steelers) 84.80
5 DE, Calais Campbell (Falcons) 79.20
6 DE, Cameron Jordan (Saints) 77.60
7 OT, Tyron Smith (Cowboys) 73.15
8 DT, Cameron Heyward (Steelers) 61.78
9 OT, Trent Williams (49ers) 61.45
10 WR, DeAndre Hopkins (Titans) 59.84

National operators list Kansas City as the favorite to repeat as champs this season. The Chiefs are +600, while Philadelphia is +750. The Cowboys Super Bowl odds are the sixth-best in the NFL at +1500.

Where Cowboys’ Duo Ranks Leaguewide

Both veteran linemen rank in the top 10 across the league, with Martin having the third-highest Hall of Fame rating (88.68), behind free agent wideout Julio Jones (107.77) and Khalil Mack of the L.A. Chargers (89.85).

Smith, meanwhile, ranks seventh among current NFL players over the age of 30, with a score of 73.15, with the former USC Trojan sandwiched between Cameron Jones of the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward.

Both longtime NFL players are among the reasons why the Cowboys rank high in Super Bowl futures. BetMGM Sportsbook — there is no BetMGM Texas — list Dallas as a 3.5-point favorite at the Giants on Sunday night.

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Christopher Boan is a writer with BetTexas.com, covering state issues. He has covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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