The Cowboys have a lot of needs but the biggest are along the offensive and defensive lines.
The Cowboys began the season with injuries and they continued throughout the season. Still, Dallas had a shot to make the playoffs in a Week 17 showdown with the Redskins.
Both QB Peyton Manning and RB Adrian Peterson will be heading to Cowboys Stadium in 2013 as the Cowboys face the Broncos and Vikings among eight teams on their home schedule.
The Cowboys made all kinds of offseason splashes to try and improve but it didn't work.
The Cowboys didn't make their ultimate goal and with that, it's hard for this season to be deemed successful, especially with the same 8-8 record as last year.
The season is over for the Cowboys, who lost 28-18 to the Redskins on Sunday night.
The Cowboys have suffered all kinds of injuries this season, so it was only fitting they had another huge setback in the biggest game of the year, this one to WR Dez Bryant.
A Cowboys win Sunday over the Redskins puts them in the playoffs as NFC East champions. To get it done, they'll lean heavily, as always, on WR Dez Bryant, who is having a monster season.
The Cowboys have a history of do-or-die games to get into the playoffs. TE Jason Witten says they can't have the season end with the "same old story."
Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware says he'll play in the Cowboys' crucial game against the Redskins on Sunday night but admits he may need offseason surgery.
The Cowboys are sending two players to the Pro Bowl who know the drill. TE Jason Witten is a eight-time selection, OLB DeMarcus Ware a seven-timer.
The Cowboys' injury report remains long as Dallas heads into its all-important Week 17 game against the Redskins.
The Cowboys put up impressive numbers but it wasn't enough to beat the Saints in overtime.
It went back and forth all day, even in overtime, but the Saints took advantage of huge break to earn a 34-31 win over the Cowboys in Arlington, Texas.
Cowboys' Jason Witten made six catches Sunday against the Saints to set a single-season record for receptions by a tight end with 103. The previous record of 102 was held by Tony Gonzalez.