The 2013 NFL Draft has finally arrived, but not without the build up to this annual event. The level of excitement is reaching epic levels of measurement and finally, just finally, Cowboy fans can experience some tangible results in the search for roster additions.
So far the offseason has been an uneventful one, and while some view this as unacceptable, others realize that the Cowboys were handcuffed by questionable cap management, delays in freeing up more cap dollars and just an unwillingness to spend liberally.
So where does this leave the Cowboys?
The best way to answer that is somewhere between no man's land and not so bad shape. Sure there are holes to fill on this roster, but the Cowboys have six picks to capitalize on and possibly more depending on any trade activity.
The fact that Jerry Jones has been vocal about the possibility of trading down could be an indication of the mindset of management. Stockpiling more picks could just be the elixir for the lack of free agent activity, and what better way to build this team than through the draft.
So when the Cowboys finally get on the clock, what will they do? Maybe a better question is what exactly should they do?
Let's look at the only scenarios that make sense.