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Defensive Improvement

The defense was properly identified as the scapegoat for the Cowboys 6-10 finish in 2004.

Led by the premise that you have you chance of winning if you can't stop anybody, Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells made wholesale changes on defense. The Cowboys switched schemes from the 4-3 to the 3-4, while bringing in a host of personnel upgrades through free agency and the draft. Free-agent additions included nose guard Jason Ferguson, cornerback Anthony Henry, cornerback Aaron Glenn and...

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