Found September 23, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Jason Witten
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
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Something must be wrong with Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys. This is not how a potential Hall of Fame player starts a season.

Jerry Jones continues to say that Cowboys tight end, Jason Witten, is 100 percent healthy, but his play continues to tell us otherwise.

After the Cowboys 16-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jones continued to stand behind Witten. “We in no way are going to do anything rather than give Witten all the chances we can give him” said Jerry Jones.

Witten was targeted six times but dropped multiple passes. He finished with only two catches for eight yards.

It has to make you wonder if his spleen injury suffered before the start of the season is hurting his play?… Read more

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