Christian Petersen/Getty Images
If you're a Cowboys fan who caught any of the team's 16 games this season, then you know offensive line is a big need this offseason.
Quarterback Tony Romo was on the run more than ever in his career in 2012, and Dallas needs two starting guards who can stop their assignments—something Nate Livings and Mackenzy Bernadeau failed to do last year.
With the salary-cap problems, the team might be forced to roll out both players again in 2013, however, and focus on this need solely in the draft.
Another need for America's Team can be found in the secondary, where Gerald Sensabaugh used to play. The Cowboys are now dangerously thin at safety if they don't re-sign Charlie Peprah. The team should look for a veteran to plug right in and take Sensabaugh's old spot.
With the switch to the 4-3 defense coming this offseason as well, Monte Kiffin will be looking for another defensive tackle to line up inside with Jay Ratliff. This is arguably the team's second-biggest need heading into the free-agency period with a few suitable veterans on the market.