The Dallas Cowboys, as you likely know, have some gaping holes open on the roster as we slowly move closer to training camp later this summer.
On the bright side, Dallas is a deeper football team than last year following the 2013 NFL draft.
On the other hand, America's Team isn't completely full yet and those positions left completely ignored during the annual selection meeting are of vital importance to the franchise's future success.
Out of all seven draft selections, plus numerous undrafted prospects already in the fold, only one offensive lineman and exactly zero defensive linemen have been added by the Cowboys.
I still find this amazing.
Questions remain regarding an offensive line that was both injured and simply not very good in 2012. With the focus squarely on quarterback Tony Romo as the apparent key to the offense, I'm still not certain who exactly is going to be blocking for him.
The defensive side of the ball isn't looking particularly dominant on paper despite the shift back to the 4-3 alignment under new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin. There is no shortage of defenders on this portion of the roster, but is anybody beyond DeMarcus Ware going to deliver a Pro Bowl performance next season?
So here's a closer look at a few questions that somehow have to be answered prior to Week 1 of the 2013 NFL regular season.