The Dallas Cowboys and the good people of the Metroplex are beginning to lose the taste of the playoffs, and more specifically, winning playoff games.
The last time they won a playoff game was in the 2009 Wild Card round, but they went no further. Dallas' glory days seem to be a thing of the past, as the Cowboys lack consistency on both sides of the ball year-in and year-out.
Tony Romo can post major numbers, but it's the defense that lets the team down, and the next year, vice versa.
Entering 2012, Dallas should have a solid offense, led by the aforementioned Romo, who has some serious weapons in Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray. So it's the defense we turn our focus to as training
It's a defense led by DeMarcus Ware, who ranked second in the league last year with 19.5 sacks. But, beyond Ware, who is going to step up and give Dallas a deep, strong overall defense.
Bleacher Report NFL experts Eric Frenz and Aaron Nagler are keyed into linebacker Sean Lee and defensive end Anthony Spencer to elevate their game next season.