Dallas Cowboys: State of the Franchise at the Start of the 2014 Offseason

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Dallas Cowboys: State of the Franchise at the Start of the 2014 Offseason
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The Super Bowl is over, which means the Dallas Cowboys and 31 NFL teams are prepping for what will be a busy 2014 offseason. Owner Jerry Jones and Co. have already made a few adjustments internally, and that will be the trend going forward.

Dallas has been on the brink or made the postseason for several years now but have also failed in crucial moments more often than not.

Despite an impressive array of talent on offense for some time now, the Cowboys have finished 8-8 without a playoff berth in three straight seasons.

The defense needs to be upgraded at several positions, but Dallas might not be able to do much on that front. The Cowboys are currently a projected $31 million over the 2014 salary cap.

There are more than a few things that the 'Boys must take care of to be a threat in the NFC again. Let's take a look at the state of this franchise and what the offseason may hold.

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