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Topic - Jason Witten
Tony Romo threw two touchdowns and led a drive that set up Dan Bailey's 35-yard field goal on the final play as the Cowboys defeated the Giants 24-21 Sunday.
Tony Romo skipped left and back to the right, spun out of a sack and threw the ball to a sliding Jason Witten, who made a drive-saving catch.
Tony Romo had a Peyton Manning comparison dropped on him by his owner in the offseason.
The Dallas Cowboys have reworked the contracts of five starters, including DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten and Miles Austin, to save salary cap space.
Tony Romo sat alone on the Dallas bench, his stare frozen at the ground on a cold night in Washington.
The Dallas Cowboys have been here before. Well, not exactly here as in FedEx Field against the Washington Redskins in the NFC East championship game on Sunday night, but the Cowboys are well-versed in winner-take-division season finales.
The quarterback position is the most exalted in American sports. No other attracts such attention, scrutiny and adulation. It's a function of football's popularity and the nature of the game. The quarterback handles the ball on every play. His decision-making and execution directly correlate to his team's success.
Jason Witten had nearly as many drops as catches through three games this season, back when his side still hurt just about every time he moved because of a lacerated spleen.
The Dallas Cowboys couldn't trust receiver Dez Bryant to even run the right routes less than two months ago.
Tony Romo knows what matters the most when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys. So while it's nice to break Troy Aikman's franchise record for career touchdown passes, he's focused on getting his team to the playoffs.
Great one game. Hard to find the next. A scene at the mall one year. Trouble with the law the next.
After another close loss, the Dallas Cowboys hit the midway point of their season with only three victories.
Matt Ryan came up with two words to describe his performance Sunday night.
We have separation at the top of the NFL: Atlanta, Houston, San Francisco, Chicago and the New York Giants.
Just like that, the Dallas Cowboys are a .500 team again.
"You've got to do things to keep drives alive and take advantage of your opportunities," Dallas tight end Jason Witten said. "I don't think you can get outside your system, the way you play, and play into their hands. You have to trust that and obviously you have a lot of respect in what they're doing as a football team."
"If we don't do a good enough job then it is the same old story," Witten said Monday in a quiet and mostly empty Cowboys locker room. "We've just got to stomach it up and get better because of it. That's the only way to get to the top."