2. Brandon Aubrey
Brandon Aubrey may have outlasted Tristan Vizcaino in the early part of camp, but the kicking battle is far from over. There are still several veterans available in free agency who could give Aubrey some healthy competition at the very least, and realistically even overtake him for the job.
While Aubrey's performance in practice helped send Vizcaino packing, the results haven't exactly translated to live-game scenarios yet. Aubrey did knock in a 29-yard field in the first preseason game against the Jaguars, but he also shanked a PAT, which immediately gave Dallas fans Brett Maher war flashbacks.
The whole point of moving on from Maher was to get a more consistent leg who can be relied upon. Aubrey showing both sides of the coin against Jacksonville doesn't exactly instill the most confidence.
After all, one would expect Aubrey to make sure he converts the easy ones given his uncertain status as starting kicker. Whether it was nerves or lack of preparation/execution, either excuse isn't what you want out of a player at this position.
That's why the Cowboys would be wise to add another man to this group right now. A nice showing against Seattle could make the team rethink that, however, even if it is the best course of action.