Jerry Jones didn't just invest millions in Tony Romo -- he also dedicated several of his team's 2013 draft selections towards aiding his quarterback, including nabbing the big-play receiver who could be the perfect addition to Dallas' aggressive offense.
The Cowboys don't have money to sign high-profile players, so on Monday they're bringing in a pair of low-priced free agents: safety Will Allen and linebacker Justin Durant. Dallas has a glaring need at strong safety.
The Cowboys simply found a way to win once again. It wasn't pretty. It was often erratic. But the Cowboys are now tied for first place in the NFC East because they were able to handle the Steelers with a dramatic 27-24 overtime win.