The Dallas Cowboys have had a rather interesting offseason so far, as they prepare for the 2013 season. While fresh off back-to-back 8-8 campaigns, it was hard to gauge what exactly the Cowboys would do or what they would be able to do in improving their team.
Despite facing many questions and tough decisions, it was ultimately the salary cap that proved to be a thorn in their side of any offseason plans. So, as a result, many contracts were tweaked and adjusted, and one player even got a Brinks truck full of cash dumped right in his lap.
Yes, the offseason brings so much enjoyment, agony and unanswered questions all in one neat little bundle. As fast as everybody was happy with the spending spree on Brandon Carr, it's almost a forgotten event, as the fans starve for improvement.
So, Jerry Jones went back to the drawing board and made moves he felt were in the best interests of the team and were necessary for success. Will they work? It's anybody's guess, but one thing is for certain, and that is Jones' ability to grab the spotlight just when you think it's slipping away.
Ultimately, some of the 2013 offseason moves could turn out to be the elixir this team needs, or they could turn out to be the downfall for this franchise.
Let's examine the Cowboys' best and worst moves of the 2013 offseason.