3. Viliami Fehoko Jr.
Most Cowboys rookies are finding it tough to earn playing time considering the veterans this roster features up and down the roster. That's been the case for fourth-round pick Viliami Fehoko Jr., who's still looking to make his NFL debut.
Fehoko has the unfortunate task of vying to see the field as a pass-rusher when he's got the likes of Micah Parsons, DeMarcus Lawrence and Dorance Armstrong all locked in as starters. Depth is abundant here as well with Sam Williams and Dante Fowler Jr. backing them up.
Even undrafted rookie EDGE Tyrus Wheat has appeared in three straight games, which shows how far behind Fehoko has fallen. He has his work cut out for him to see any snaps in the second half.
4. Eric Scott
Much of the same can be said for cornerback Eric Scott Jr. The sixth-rounder hasn't made his debut either, instead being a regular inactive choice for McCarthy's staff.
It certainly says something that Scott can't see the field despite the numerous injury troubles the secondary has faced this season. He, like Fehoko, appears to be miles away from where he needs to be to contribute at this time.
The lowly Giants do provide a spot where some of the inexperienced players could get some run, but this team also needs to ensure it takes care of business, which could lead to the rookies sitting again.