Without Tony Romo, the Cowboys are likely done for the season. So who are the other players teams just can't live without?
You can point to a lot of great draft picks the Dallas Cowboys have made over the years, but when the best offensive lineman you've drafted in the last seven years is none other than Doug Free, it's not a shock that your problems start up front.
The Steelers could make a huge jump, if LaMarr Woodley and Lawrence Timmons develop quickly.
The NFC South's '05 draft class had some late bloomers including LBs Michael Boley and Barrett Ruud.
The ILB class is relatively weak, but the OLB class makes up for it.
The likes of Lofa Tatupu and Shawne Merriman are making a strong case that this year's rookie LB class is one of the best in years.