Signing Romo to a somewhat backloaded contract (by the look of it), gives the Cowboys 2-3 years of significant cap relief. In these two years, especially year 2 when we get out of salary cap penalties we will have the ability to really sign some key players short term. The onus is now on drafting really well to supplant Romo's more expensive years with talented low cost players. We dedicate the next couple drafts to the offensive line. Two offensive linemen in the first 3 rounds this year, and at least another 1 next year. We can draft a safety within the first 3 round this year, and a defensive tackle next year. We can choose to sign Spencer long term, and we might be set at defensive end for the foreseeable future. There aren't really any immediate demands other than that in the next couple years. We already have a fairly young team in my estimation.