There's no proverbial fat woman singing in the mind of Jason Witten. After suffering another soul-tearing defeat in the NFC Divisional Round to the Green Bay Packers, some believed the 14-year veteran would hang up his cleats. Witten cut those rumors down before they could take root, announcing his plan to return to the next season. And he recently took to Twitter to punctuate that plan with a bold proclamation. The tweet was a reply to his previously released video in the "Finish This Fight" series, released by the team just ahead of the NFC Divisional Round. One of the more consistent, and certainly on of the most durable, players on the roster, Witten is an absolute asset for the Cowboys both
It's hard to imagine the crushing feeling players must feel after a heartbreaking - and in this case, rather humiliating - playoff loss. They worked so hard all season, fought to within one game of the Super Bowl, and then in one moment in front of the entire country, saw it disintegrate in their hands. A bit like that poor raccoon's cotton candy. Naturally, some emotional talk following the result is to be expected. But after the loss on Sunday night, Ben Roethlisberger took it a bit far. "There were missed opportunities whether we didn't execute well enough, whether plays weren't made by me or other guys. At times it felt like maybe it was too big for some of the young guys." He continued.
This sums up the Arizona Cardinals’ hard-luck season perfectly: At the end of their biggest win, star receiver Larry Fitzgerald injured his coach, Bruce Arians. Dan Bickley of the Arizona Republic caught up with Arians recently, and Arians told him he was trying to golf through a torn rotator cuff.