IRVING, Texas -- Jerry Jones has one task this offseason: Fix the Dallas Cowboys' offensive line.
Nothing else matters.
Not signing Tony Romo to a new deal. Not courting Sean Payton.
Making this raggedy offensive line a playoff-caliber unit must be Jerry's top priorty.
And if Jerry balks for any reason whatsoever, then Stephen Jones should lock his pops in the wine cellar of Jerry's mansion until the job is completed.
Watching the Cleveland Browns' average defensive line dominate the Cowboys' offensive line simply removed any doubt about the club's top offseason priority.
The Browns sacked Romo seven times. They knocked him down nine times.