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Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was caught throwing up on the sidelines just before the start of the second half of Sunday night's game against the Giants.
Whatever the reason for Witten feeling the need to clear his stomach, it must have helped him feel better. In the third quarter, Witten scored on a 4-yard touchdown reception, his second of the game, on the way to a 36-31 Cowboys victory. Witten finished the game with 8 catches for 70 yards.
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While NBC and its cameras were focused on the status of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo they inadvertently caught tight end Jason Witten puking. Not exactly Witten’s best moment of the night but since he’s been a target machine and found the endzone Cowboy fans will let this one go.
Happy first full Sunday of NFL football, we are celebrating by showing off this great .GIF of Jason Witten losing his lunch on the Dallas Cowboys’ sidelines.
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Looks like Chipotle to me. Burrito bowl. Black bean. Probably went with the vegetables. Hot salsa. Extra sour cream. Cheese.
Witten isn’t pussin’…
Hope you’re not eating while watching Jason Witten puking on the sideline.
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Jason Witten puked last night.
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