Fans of the Dallas Cowboys have not seen "America's Team" win a Super Bowl since defeating Pittsburgh 27-17 in Super Bowl XXX, the Cowboys' third title in four years.
Making matters worse, the archrival New York Giants have picked up two rings in the past five seasons and hold a 7-4 record against Dallas over that span, including a 21-17 playoff victory following the 2007 season that ended with QB Tony Romo throwing a pick deep in Giants territory.
Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles haven't finished lower than second in the NFC East over the past four years, and with the Washington Redskins expected to select QB Robert Griffin III (Scouts Inc. grade: 96) with the second overall pick in this year's draft, they may no longer be the little brother the other three teams pick on.
In other words, Dallas faces an uphill battle to end its championship drought, and building on its free-agent signings with a strong 2012 draft is crucial. Let's take a look at what the Cowboys can do in the first four rounds to strengthen their roster.
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