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Coach Jason Garrett has been busy this off-season making moves that should help the team make a push for the playoffs in 2014. Here’s what’s changing.
A Promising Draft for the Cowboys
The Cowboys selected Zack Martin with their 2014 first-round draft pick. The 300-pound offensive tackle will help strengthen the Cowboys' struggling ground game and boost their already strong pass protection. The team also selected Demarcus Lawrence in the second round, an underrated defensive end. Other notable draft selections were linebacker Anthony Hitchens and wide receiver Devin Street.
A New-Look Defense
Fans expect the Cowboys to have a strong defense. The Cowboys released seven-time Pro Bowler DeMarcus Ware, who was subsequently signed by the Denver Broncos. The team used that salary cap space to pick up a few free agents that could inject life into the defensive line, including defensive end Jeremy Mincey and defensive tackle Henry Melton. These signings should reinvigorate the Cowboys' defense and help them finally reach the playoffs.
A Star-Studded Core
Despite a few major issues, the Cowboys have proven they have the talent to succeed. The offensive core remains intact for the most part. Tony Romo will quarterback the team once again, with superstar wide receiver Dez Bryant and tight end Jason Witten being his two main weapons. Romo is a crucial leader to the team and is in the second year of a six-year $108 million extension that should see out his career. The team currently retains the talented Kyle Orton as a capable backup to Romo in case of injury.
Bryant is coming off another stellar campaign in which he finished with more than 1,000 receiving yards for the second consecutive season. Last year also marked the first year that Bryant started all 16 games; although, he still hasn't made his postseason debut.
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Watching Tony Romo and Dez Bryant lead the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on their quest for Super Bowl XLIX in 2014 will be an exciting spectacle. If you’re looking for tickets to home games at a reasonable price, use ScoreBig to maximize your savings. You’ll save on every ticket, every day.