http://extramustard.si.com/2013/10/30/jason-witten-hot-clicks-qa/?sct=hp_bf3_a5&eref=sihp (this isn't even half of it) Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten gave us a few minutes of his time to discuss fantasy football, his favorite player growing up (Junior Seau) and what Tony Romo is like behind the scenes. SI.com: Do is bother you when the Cowboys win, but fans are down on you because you didn’t put up great fantasy numbers? Jason Witten: I think you understand. Fantasy football is good for the fans and good for the game. They always want more touchdowns and more catches but it’s alright. I think players have a pretty good understanding, at least I know I do. But they always want more. SI.com: Do you play fantasy football? Witten: I don’t but I have a lot of people that I’m close to who do play and they’re always asking me questions. I think it’s pretty funny to be honest with you. SI.com: So you get your buddies calling and telling you to score so they can win? Witten: Yes, exactly. SI.com: New England lost a couple weeks ago because of the “push rule.” What did you think of that? Did you know about that before the Patriots-Jets game? Witten: I saw it on the highlights a little bit. I get it – both sides I can see are valid. That’s just football, to be honest. We go through a lot of situations in training camp and you practice those. Sometimes you can control what you can control. But that definitely an interesting situation.