With the regular season coming to an end, I decided to go back and look at what could have been with the Cowboys 2012 Draft. It's not fair, and hindsight is always 20/20, but it is interesting to see the players that we could have taken. I'm going to include do this from the perspective of us having our original 14th pick. 14 - Michael Brockers - DT, LSU Brockers started off slow but he ended up with 5 sacks in 13 games. This was a tough choice between Zeitler, Harrison Smith and Coples. 45 - Casey Hayward - CB, Vanderbilt Quarterbacks had a 31.1 rating when they threw Hayward's way. Might be the defensive ROY. The guy is a ballhawk and looks like he's going to be the center-piece of a revamped, young Packers defense. 81 - Ben Jones - C, Georgia Played guard and struggled at times this year for the Texans. Chris Myers was the incumbent. Would have been welcomed at center for the Cowboys. 113 - Jared Crick - DE, Nebraska Didn't get a lot of sacks opposite of JJ Watt, but was able to shake off his injury concerns and was effective, especially against the run when he was on the field. 135 - Jerron McMillian - S, Maine The exact opposite of Matt Johnson. What I mean by that is he was actually productive for the Packers, whereas Johnson couldn't get out of the training room. 152 - Alfred Morris - RB, Florida Atlantic This needs no explanation. 186 - Alfonzo Dennard - CB, Nebraska Patriots struck gold by taking a risk with his character issues. Cowboys would never draft him, but he is a press corner who doesn't back down from anyone. 222 - Brad Nortman - P, Wisconsin My nightmares will be flooded with Brian Moorman shanks from this past season. UDFA - Vontaze Burfict - LB, Arizona State Again, another guy that the Cowboys wouldn't touch with a 10 foot pole. We could have used some depth this season, and once he got on the field he made so many plays for the Bengals. It was a weak year for WR, and that is the obvious omission from my picks. I couldn't make one fit that I liked.