These are what I consider last year's biggest weakness and which ones I feel have been fixed. Quarterback: Vinny Testaverde to Drew Bledsoe. I'm not sure this has been fixed, because I'm not convinced it was a huge problem last year. Yes, neither of those fellas at this point in their careers will be another Troy Aikman or Roger Staubach, but they are still effective vets who if aren't asked to carry the team by themselves, will play the bus driver role to its utmost perfection. Testaverde's biggest problem was probably getting that 40 year old body to make it he entire year. If the Cowboys are ever gonna find another franchise QB, it's going to have to be in the draft. So I'm going to leave my vote out on this one. Depth behind Keyshawn and Glenn: Not sure yet. Crayton has looked pretty good in preseason but let's see how it plays out in the regular season. I know Morgan ain't going anywhere, so I'm going to reluctantly keep my vote on this position being fixed until I see more of what Crayton can offer in the regular season. Offensive Line: They have struggled at times. We need to see Rivera in more full-time action and know if his older body can recover form that surgery. Losing Rogers hurt. No one is ready to step up and claim that right tackle position. Larry Allen and Flozell Adams are still the most dependable horses. I don't think it's improved at all, but I remain optimistic to see what they look like when all together and starters are finalized, and I'll say that it could be a whole lot worse too. Defensive Line: I'm going to say yes even with not much visible proof of Spears and Ferguson's impact yet. There is so much more depth on the line than there has been in recent years. I'm just glad we can argue about which players work best in which formations instead of "who the heck is going to replace so and so." Linebackers: No doubt about it, Demarcus Ware is going to be a star in this league. But... as a unit, they may get worse. Hopefully, more time and experience work out some of the problems they've had in the preseason. I'm going to remain optimistic again and see this as a unit that will improve by the end of the season but I'm not ready yet to claim them fixed. Defensive Backs: Fixed. The Arizona game was all I had to see. Parcells said the same thing by his playcalling on defense last night. It's the linebackers we gotta worry about in coverage, not the veterans corners or even safeties with big doubts at free safety. Right now, I'd rather rely on Newman, Henry, Glenn, Roy and others to face the bombers like Kerry Collins, Vinny Testavede, or Drew Bledsoe instead of the dink and dunk west coasters who are going to take advantage of the inexperienced front seven. Special Teams: Not sure yet. I think Cortez can do as good a job as Cundiff. I think McBriar will be better this year and maybe get some well deserved recognition. Not sure about the returners or kickoff coverage teams. Nothing yet to make me think we should be worried thick, but nothing yet to make me think we'll be one of the top specials teams units in the league. Hopefully, continued improved depth by Parcells drafts and rookie free agent signings will fix this.