Dallas Cowboys: 5 Items the Cowboys Need to Address for the 2013 NFL Season

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Dallas Cowboys: 5 Items the Cowboys Need to Address for the 2013 NFL Season
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If the Dallas Cowboys want to be an elite football team in the NFL, they have some key issues to address this offseason.

It appears team owner Jerry Jones is wasting no time changing the attitude in Dallas. Jones recently fired the fiery defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, then soon replaced him with 72-year-old Monte Kiffin (per ABC News).  The hiring of Kiffin indicates a change to the team's defensive scheme from a 3-4 to a Tampa-2 style.

With the upcoming draft and available free agents, the Cowboys should be one of the busiest teams this offseason.

Here are five additional items the Dallas Cowboys need to address to be successful next season.

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