The Top-5 Moves The Dallas Cowboys Must Make In The Offseason

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Dec 29, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys fan holds up a sign about missing Tony Romo (not pictured) during the second half against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys are just a month away from starting the off-season and some major moves have to be made so that they can stay relevant in the NFC East.  Here are my top-5 moves that the Cowboys must make in order to make them viable contenders next season.

Evaluate and monitor Tony Romo’s Health:

The Dallas Cowboys are publically saying that Romo’s health is fine, but fans should be very worried about the status of the franchise quarterback. First off, this organization hasn’t had the best track record of telling us the truth about the health status of their players. Also, remember the cyst from last offseason that made Tony miss the beginning of training camp? Now the sources are telling the media that has to do with the recent herniated disk problems that plagued him down the stretch in December. Now, you have a quarterback that is 34, two back surgeries in a year and we still don’t know how well he really is.  Monitoring Tony Romo is going to be the top priority for the franchise.

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