How DeMarcus Ware Became the Dallas Cowboys’ Sack Leader

September 25, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With his 114th and 115th sacks on Sunday against the Rams, Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware became the team’s all-time sack leader, passing Harvey Martin. It seems like just yesterday that Bill Parcells and the Cowboys were deciding between Ware and Maryland’s Shawne Merriman. Even a few years into their careers, folks wondered whether or not the Cowboys made the right choice. No one is wondering anymore.
Ware’s dominance has been so extraordinary because of the level of consistency he’s displayed. Since 2006—his second year in the NFL—Ware has never posted fewer than 11 sacks in a season. Perhaps even more impressive, he hasn’t missed a single game during his nine-year career. And those stats don’t even begin to capture Ware’s brilliance.
DeMarcus Ware By the Numbers
A little perspective on Ware’s accomplishment:
17: Ware’s rank in sacks among all players Although Ware ranks 17th in s...

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