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TE Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys

6-5, 257Born: 5-6-1982College: TennesseeDrafted: Round 3

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Recent Stats and Projections

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17 at WAS 4 49 0 0
18 vs DET 5 63 0 0
19 at GB 6 71 0 0

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 18 vs DET (7 / 5 / 63 / 0 rec)

Witten had at least four receptions for the fourth straight game, including a game-changing play on Dallas' game-winning drive against Detroit. Witten dominated between the numbers reading zone coverage and winning on option routes. Witten corralled a third down target that was tipped at the line of scrimmage in the first half and converted another third down in the 30 minutes of the game. In the second half Witten saw a rare goal line shovel pass, which was sniffed out by the alert and agile Detroit front seven. Witten also logged a holding penalty on a DeMarco Murray red zone touchdown jaunt. On Dallas' final drive of the game, Witten had his highlight moment. Facing fourth down, Witten came wide open on an option route, squared up to Tony Romo, and gained 21 yards into field goal range, keeping Dallas' season alive. Like all successful older players, Witten has gained in savvy route-running and awareness what he has lost in athleticism over the years. In critical situations, the Tony Romo-to-Jason Witten connection has proven once again tough to stop.

2014 Week 19 vs GB (7 / 6 / 71 / 0 rec)

Witten led the Cowboys in targets and receiving yards against Green Bay. After an early drop over the middle, Witten turned on his game. He converted a third-and-long situation, one of Tony Romo's better throws of the first half. Witten's hauled in a tipped pass from teammate Dez Bryant on a Tony Romo broken play in the second half. Romo and Witten were on the same page against a Green Bay blitz as Witten was wide open down the seam, producing another sizeable gain. Witten split the possession role on obvious passing downs with Cole Beasley this season, but logged one of his better games of the year in Dallas' narrow playoff loss in Green Bay.

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