Cowboys TE Jason Witten had some serious issues against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Ok, maybe not considering he caught eight balls for 70 yards and two touchdowns and the team beat up on their NFC East rival at home, but boy was he having some issues off the field.
Witten apparently had a horrible halftime lunch (is that a thing?), because the NBC cameras accidentally caught him spewing it back up on national television (via SB Nation):
Alright, maybe he wasn’t throwing up, but something sure was happening on the bench behind Mr. Romo. That’s the danger of keeping a camera on players at all times—you never know what you’re going to get.
The good news is Witten is going to be making opposing defenses throw up all year long now that the Cowboys are using him properly. Rotoworld has a nice breakdown of the change:
Witten had both of the Cowboys’ touchdowns and took advantage of a mismatch with Mark Herzlich in the second half. After finishing with just three touchdowns last season, he’s finally being emphasized more in the red-zone offense. He didn’t have any drops and secured eight of his nine targets.
Big things in store for Witten in Big D.