Not, that is, if online fan voting is any indicator of things to come.
In NFL.com's online voting that ends Dec. 21, only one Dallas Cowboy leads his position - linebacker DeMarcus Ware.
Jay Ratliff, Tony Romo, Miles Austin and Jason Witten? Not among the top two of their respective spots. Only player in the top 2: Sam Hurd as a special teamer.
Ware deserves his accolades. Other than that ...
Romo will likely be the third quarterback behind Drew Brees and Brett Favre, but overall this early snubbing is a good thing.
Let's keep this between us. The Cowboys are 8-3 and the locker room - far as we can tell - is harmonious, lacking in divisive egos.
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