ARLINGTON, Texas Jason Witten has always been known as a player who leaves it all out on the field. In Sunday's season-opening win over the Giants, the Cowboys' tight end also left his lunch on the sideline.
En route to catching 8 passes for 70 yards, including both touchdown passes thrown by Tony Romo, the television cameras caught Witten throwing up on the sideline at AT&T Stadium.
"I've always got a weak stomach and get it out of me," Witten chuckled. "You guys just happened to see it."
What no one had seen before was Witten catching two touchdown passes from Romo in a game. Hard to believe for a guy considered Romo's most trusted target, but the only other two-touchdown games Witten has had were quarterbacked by Jon Kitna and Vinny Testaverde.
"I didn't know that," Witten said. "I'm glad it happened. We worked a lot on the red zone and that was an emphasis for me and our team. It was good to capitalize on those plays and get us a lead."
Witten's first touchdown catch...