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They don’t come any tougher than Jason Wiiten of the Dallas Cowboys. He goes across them middle fearlessly, he’s a fullback lead blocker, and he’s the portrait of a Dallas Cowboy. Witten injured his spleen in preseason and while it has ended many of a career, there was Witten on opening day. So when Witten speaks, Cowboys’ fans listen. Witten isn’t happy about the Cowboys 2-3 start, and doesn’t believe that you gain much from losses. Witten spoke to BaD Radio on KTCK in Dallas to talk about losses are not good learning tools.
“I don’t believe in moral victories. I don’t think in pro ball they exist, and they shouldn’t exist. So at the end of the day, you’ve gotta go find a way to get a win, especially when you’re a .500 ball club. Wins in this league are precious. … We outplayed them in a lot of areas. You gotta find a way to win them. So I don’t think moral victories exist, but having said that, I do think we did show some signs of good football, physical football. Offensively, in particular, I felt like we were really in control of the game against a good team, and it’s unfortunate that our mistakes really outweighed a lot of the good things that we did as far as penalties and turnovers and ultimately not capitalizing at the right time.”
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