Real football discussion has been replaced with opinionated bickering, finger pointing and sometimes open hostility. It is time to put 2012 behind us. The season is over and instead of continually throwing individuals under the bus let us have a reasonable discussion about what we think needs to be done to help this franchise. Let us assume for a moment that Tony Romo and Jason Garrett, the two most polarizing figures being discussed on this board, are going to be back. What do you guys think will help these two win a Super Bowl? Realistic discussion here if possible. Jerry Jones is still going to be GM, Jason Garrett is still the HC and Tony Romo is still the quarterback. I feel that three things need to happen before we can see true success for the Cowboys. 1) Jerry Jones needs to put more effort into upgrading the OL instead of doing what he usually does...throw a band aid in it and hope it holds together. I think we will find the running game improved, thus the offense in general. 2) The team needs to address the lack of a pass rush...a good pash rush has the ability to disguise weaknesses in coverage and help force turnovers. 3) The Cowboys need to bring in an offensive play caller that will be able to devise a scheme built around the players and not force the players to fit into a scheme. Do these three things and the Cowboys can make some noise next year IMHO. Thanks for reading and thanks for your input.