8:12 AM EST, Sun February 01, 2015

Cowboys position review: Tight ends

Reporter Todd Archer breaks down the Dallas Cowboys, position by position, analyzing what the players did in 2014, what they can do in the future and what the team can do to improve the position in 2015. Position: Tight end Under contract: Jason Witten, James Hanna, Gavin Escobar A look back: At some point you would think Jason Witten will slow down. He turns 33 in May but he is looking like another Tony Gonzalez, a player who can go at a high level well past what is reasonable.

Jimmy Graham: Jason Witten is my idol

IRVING, Texas -- Throughout the years, we have heard countless teammates rave about Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten. This past season, we heard Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray talk about Witten’s impact on them as players and men. We heard Tony Romo say Witten might be the best Cowboy of all time. Jason Garrett called Witten the best tight end in football for the past decade. On Thursday, I pulled aside New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham after a Pro Bowl practice and asked about Witten.

10 plays that shaped the season: Nos. 3 and 4

We continue our countdown of 10 plays that shaped the Dallas Cowboys' season: Play No. 3: Jason Witten reception vs. Lions Situation: Fourth-and-six from Detroit 42 Score: Detroit leads, 20-17 Time: 6:00 left in fourth quarter Taylor's Take: You can talk about the apparent pass interference penalty against Anthony Hitchens or Detroit coach Jim Caldwell’s decision to punt on fourth-and-1 from the Detroit 49, but this was the play of the game.

Jason Witten relishes 10th Pro Bowl trip

PHOENIX -- Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten thought he would be off this week and enjoy quiet time with his family. He is still enjoying time with his family but it's in Phoenix. Witten was added to the Pro Bowl on Monday when Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas pulled out of the game with an injury. Only Bob Lilly has played in more Pro Bowls as a Cowboy than Witten. Larry Allen and Mel Renfro played in 10. "When Mr. [Jerry] Jones called to tell me, he mentioned some of those names and so I've always been a guy that's kind of prided myself in doing it year in and year out and...

Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl TE Jason Witten made his mark on third down

Jason Witten will make his tenth Pro Bowl appearance on Sunday. This season, the decorated Cowboys tight end demonstrated his value as a run blocker, helping DeMarco Murray win the NFL’s rushing crown by doing grunt work on the edge. …
FFChamps.com Jan 11, 2015

Witten Leads Cowboys In Playoff Loss

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten led the team with six catches and 71 yards in the NFC Division round versus the Packers.Fantasy Spin:Witten looked upset after the loss being that he is closing in on the end of his great career, and he still has not played in the Super Bowl. There are a lot of question marks going into next season for Dallas, but Witten should still be there for them.

Jason Witten ‘pretty much in shock’ to end season on ‘sour’ note

GREEN BAY, Wis. — For the third time in his career, Jason Witten has come up a game short of reaching the NFC Championship game. The Cowboys tight end said he was “pretty much in shock” as he answered questions …
Rotoworld Jan 11, 2015

Jason Witten goes 6-71 against PAckers - Jason Witten (TE) Dallas Cowboys

Jason Witten secured 6-of-7 targets for 71 yards in the Cowboys' Divisional Round loss to the Packers.

Five plays that shaped the Cowboys 24-20 win over Detroit

There were 125 plays in the Cowboys’ 24-20 win over the Detroit Lions. They weren’t all created equal. It’s never that way. Touchdowns and turnovers get most of the attention, but who wins or loses is often determined by plays that get lost in shadows of those that command the most attention. Here’s a look at five plays which shaped the Cowboys’ win: Play: Jason Witten completion. Situation: Fourth-and-21 from Detroit 42 Score: Detroit leads, 20-17 Time: 6:00 left in fourth quarter   Taylor's Take: The Cowboys might’ve still won the game even if they hadn't converted...
Blogging The Boys Jan 6, 2015

Fourth And Witten: How Jason Witten Saved The Season

A breakdown of Jason Witten's 4th and 6 conversion. Let's set the scene. Fourth and six, at the middle of the field. It's over halfway through the fourth quarter, in a game Dallas has been trailing the entire time. A beleaguered coach makes the hard decision; go against traditional wisdom and go for it. He puts the ball in the hands of his lightning rod quarterback. The quarterback drops back to pass looking for one man; his best friend and future Hall of Fame tight end. But some people have said that the TE has lost a step; he's not the player he used to be. And maybe that's true. But...
FFChamps.com Jan 5, 2015

Witten Catches Five Passes For 63 Yards In Win Over Lions

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten played the role of Tony Romo's security blanket on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:What else is new? Witten came up big, and none bigger on a fourth-down play during the game-winning drive. He finished with five catches for 63 yards on seven targets.

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