5 Moves Jerry Jones Absolutely Must Make to Get Dallas Cowboys Back on Track

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5 Moves Jerry Jones Absolutely Must Make to Get Dallas Cowboys Back on Track
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So, where do the Dallas Cowboys go from here?

The Cowboys had the perfect opportunity to close in on the New York Giants and move their record up to 4-4, only one game back of the Giants, who lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the day.

Tony Romo was actually very good, going 25-of-35 for 321 yards and a touchdown. He had no interceptions or fumbles and was only sacked once.

The defense could've been better, but they're a young unit showing improvement. This team is 3-5, but they are not a bad team. They're just not a playoff team in 2012, and they will have to make some changes to fix that in 2013.

They're too far behind the eight ball in a very competitive NFC (if they were in the AFC, they'd be in much better shape). Their remaining schedule is also quite scary; it just doesn't bode well for the Cowboys in 2012.

For 2013, some fixes will be in order. Here's a look at five ideas that could get the Cowboys back on track for 2013 and beyond.

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