The Dallas Cowboys may be coming off an impressive win at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but that doesn't mean that problems don't exist on this team. Injuries have attributed to the lack of roster depth but, then again, I'm pretty sure the same is going on in a little over 30 cities around the NFL.
The Cowboys are in a three-team battle for at least one playoff spot with two games left, but at the same time another battle is going on behind the scenes. The scouts have been at it hard since spring practice at NCAA fields across the country, right up through the imminent college bowl mania.
For the Cowboys, and their fans, this means it's never too early for mock drafts. The 2013 draft will be yet another critical process in revamping, reshaping and constructing this roster into a winner. With a solid core still intact and several young players on the rise in Dallas, it's now time to attack the problem areas.
Let's take a look at how the Cowboys can start solving them.