Yes, I guess Ware will get his 2.5 sacks against Seattle on Sunday to become the official sacks leader in team history. Seattle has allowed 28 sacks, second-most in the league this season so expect Ware to be pretty busy.
In his career,Ware has four career sacks against the Seattle Seahawks. And despite an athletic, elusive quarterback in Tarvaris Jackson, coming off a chest injury, Ware should get past tackles Russell Okung and James Carpenter on a consistent basis on Sunday.
However, the Cowboys don't acknowledge Jeffcoat as the leader in this area. The Cowboys list Harvey Martin as the all-time sacks leader at 114. Now the Cowboys kept the sack numbers before the NFL officially started keeping the mark.
Ware most likely will become the all-time sack leader based on the numbers the team has. Hall of Famer Randy White (111) and Too Tall Jones ( 106) rank behind Martin.
Ware can also tie the NFL record for the most sacks through the first half in league history at 14 set by Michael Strahann in 2001.
Ware is a fantastic player and regardless of which numbers you recognize, it's almost a certain he will become the all-time sacks leader in franchise history.