Aldon Smith hasn’t just been the Dallas Cowboys’ best defensive player through three games, he also leads the NFL in sacks with 4, ahead of T.J. Watt and Akiem Hicks.

Smith compiled three sacks of Russell Wilson in Sunday’s 38-31 loss in Seattle.

Smith said via the Dallas Morning News:

“I feel like I try to bring my A-game every time I go out and play, I work well with the other guys and we work well with each other.

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Rushing is a team effort, especially with this quarterback. If it wasn’t for the other guys playing their roles and doing things, it would have been much tougher for me to make some plays out there.”

The Cowboys sacked Wilson four times total, but couldn’t slow the MVP front-runner, allowing five TD passes and 315 yards passing, as Dallas fell to 1-2.

“I think it’s important that you don’t let him frustrate you and discourage your rush,” Smith said. “He does a good job keeping plays active. It was something that we prepared for and something we knew going in.

It’s just that we’ve got to make more plays next time.”

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