The focus here is on three remaining areas that the Dallas Cowboys must address prior to Week 1 of the 2013 NFL regular season because, as you've likely heard, the New York Giants are coming to Cowboys Stadium in Arlington for dinner on Sunday night, September 8.
Perhaps the biggest question is how they address these needs.
Time will tell exactly how effective the 2013 NFL draft selections are for Dallas, but the early indication is that it was a sub-par effort considering the franchise's biggest needs.
This year's selection meeting was loaded with prospects at all the right places including offensive guard, offensive tackle, defensive end and defensive tackle. Dallas failed to select a single player at any of those vital positions.
Remember that fact because it's likely to sting pretty bad later on.
Worse yet is that of Dallas' 15 undrafted free agents that were signed this week, not one of them is even a training camp body that could used at the positions that were ignored during the actual draft.
One of the biggest concerns for Dallas might still be addressed adequately for 2013 but the rest are glaring question marks heading into a season that has a ''make-it-or-break-it'' feel for head coach Jason Garrett.
But the general manager, Jerry Jones, is also on the hot-seat as well. Never before since Jones bought the team in 1989 has Dallas failed to make the playoffs in four-straight seasons. As of now, this historic feat looks like a very real possibility.