3. Jason Witten
The number three selection is about as consistent of a player you will ever find.
Witten joined the Cowboys in 2003 as their third round draft choice. After a rookie season where he only started seven games, he took over the starting role in 2004 and proceeded to start every game but two to date. Witten has been the mark of durability, starting 197 games out of 207 so far in his Dallas career. He has posted 1,020 receptions, 11,215 yards and 60 touchdowns.
The remarkable thing to note is the way Witten has been able to stay so consistent throughout the numbers of quarterbacks that have been through the doors. Witten has caught passes from 13 different starting quarterbacks throughout his career. They have been as good as Tony Romo, and as bad as Quincy Carter and Drew Henson. No matter who the quarterback has been, Witten has been there to make the tough catches.
Over seven previous games against the Bucs, Witten has caught 21 passes has been held out of the endzone. When they head down to the Lone Star State, the defense would be well-served to put in that type of performance. Witten can dominate if they don’t pay attention.
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