Dallas Cowboys Haunted By 8-8 Draft Curse

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Sep 9, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears defensive end Henry Melton (69) celebrates a sack during the second half against the Indianapolis Colts at Soldier Field. The Bears won 41-21. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

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Buffalo (6-10) and Dallas (8-8) are roughly 3 or 4 solid new starters away from making the playoffs the next season.  They both have a decent nucleus in place to build around, yet are a few key upgrades away from turning the corner.

Firmly attached to a handful of highly valued players with large contracts, the financial strain restricts them from multiple free agency quick fixes.

So far they have addressed team needs by adding one prize free agent to the starting lineup, and a few smaller role players.

Buffalo signed MLB Brandon Spikes to shore up their 28th ranked rush defense. The Cowboys landed DT Henry Melton to help resurrect the worst defense in team history.

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