Whither Jason Witten

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Secondary2None3141, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. Secondary2None3141

    Secondary2None3141 Benched

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    Does anyone else think the drafting of the TE in the 2nd round mean we're less likely to re-sign Jason Witten? He will demand big money, and this TE we drafted seems like a Witten clone.

  2. zrinkill

    zrinkill Diamond surrounded by trash

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    This was talked about yesterday.
  3. RCowboyFan

    RCowboyFan New Member

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    Why would you not re-sign a Pro-bowl TE for somone not proven? Unless Fasano makes it to Pro-bowl his rookie season that is, which I think is close to impossible with Witten here.
  4. trueblue1687

    trueblue1687 Well-Known Member

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    No. Fasano will COMPLIMENT Witten (probably as H-back as well). Remeber we don't use FB much anymore...TE makes sense, especially if you can get one that blocks AND catches pretty well.
  5. BigDFan5

    BigDFan5 In Tebow I Trust

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    Witten will be resined this move has nothing to do with Witten
  6. Dale

    Dale Forum Architect

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    Jerry said this selection makes Witten "more important" to our team, since we're now implmementing an offense with two starting tight ends.

    Nothing to see here.
  7. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely NO
  8. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

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    Your kidding......right?
  9. jrumann59

    jrumann59 Well-Known Member

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    Think about it last year we sort of telegraphed our plays when we would bring campbell in on running plays so he could block and witten could go in motion. Now we can bring in Fasano and motion him or witten and pass the ball. He helps give the offense an advantage when it comes to the defense, the defense now has to read and react to tthe play and not the personnel

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