Kevin Ogletree declined to take personal credit following his standout performance in a Week 1 victory against the New York Giants.
So it should come as no surprise that the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver refused to address how his own season has unfolded heading into the FOX America's Game of the Week rematch (4:25 p.m. ET Sunday).
"It's not going to be anything here about me or how good or bad I've done since New York," Ogletree told FOXSports.com. "We're all trying to get better as a team and all for the right reasons."
If he could transfer the same consistency when addressing the media onto the field, there would be a lot more pleasantries to talk about.
After catching eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns in that 24-17 season-opening victory over New York, Ogletree appeared on track to become one of quarterback Tony Romo's favorite targets as a third wideout alongside starters Dez Bryant and Miles Austin. Ogletree, who stuck with the Cowboys in 2009 as an undrafted ro...