I am so happy Jason Witten returns to my weekly focus. I do not expect him to climb into the top 3 in receptions, but here is where players stand anyway. 1. Jerry Rice...1549 2. Tony Gonzalez...1325 3. Larry Fitzgerald...1303 4. Jason Witten...1152 The next closest active player...28. Antonio Brown...837. I could have put Brandon Marshall or Antonio Gates in there, but I do not think either will play in 2019, and barring injury Brown will pass them both this year anyway. Where Jason can absolutely climb though is career yards. He currently stands at 21 all time. Here are the steps up, including a couple that are probably too high. Art Monk, the White Chickens all time greatest is about to be overtaken. 16. Torry Holt...13,382 17. Andre Reed...13,198 18. Steve Largent...13,089 19. Irving Fryar...12,785 20. Art Monk...12,721 21. Jason Witten...12,448 The important one to me though is whether or not he can catch or pass Dez Bryant for the Cowboys all time receiving TDs mark? He would need 6 to be alone at 1. 1. Dez Bryant...73 2. Bob Hayes...71 3. Jason Witten...68 Dak Prescott is climbing all of the statistical charts in Dallas, but there are two in particular this year that he is going to move pasts someone. I am putting the guy he won't catch, the guy he will and him in the chart. The first is Passing TDs... 5. Don Meredith...135 6. Craig Morton...80 7. Dak Prescott...67 ...and the second is Pass Completions... 4. Roger Staubach...1685 5. Don Meredith...1170 6. Dak Prescott...965 Now, let's talk about him as a runner vs. other QBs in our History. He's definitely going to pass quite a few RBs in rushing yards and TDs this year if he keeps going the way he has been. But the fact is, he will move up the list on some legendary QBs in Dallas in those 2 categories. Here's a look first at Yards. He's averaging 315 yards rushing per season. So let's just keep him at that average and show where he stands to move up. 1. Roger Staubach...2264 2. Don Meredith...1216 3. Troy Aikman...1016 4. Dak Prescott...944 Yep, he may trail only Roger by season's end at his current rate. The next fact will blow your mind. Rushing TDs by a QB in Dallas. 1. Roger Staubach...20 2. Dak Prescott...18 You're perfectly free to call me crazy, but that is beyond impressive to me. Well, we might as well transition from him to the bell cow runner in Dallas. He's poised to move past some legendary names himself. Let's say he has a disappointing year and only gets 1100 yards. Check this out. 4. Calvin Hill...5009 5. Robert Newhouse...4754 6. DeMarco Murray...4526 7. Marion Barber...4358 8. Ezekiel Elliott...4051 Is that any good? Now, before anyone asks if he can get even higher with a 2000 yard season, the answer is no. 3rd is Don Perkins at 6217. A tad out of reach. Still freaking impressive. Where I would really like to see Zeke improve is rushing TDs. He had 15 as a rookie. If he could do that again...wow. 4. Don Perkins...42 5. Calvin Hill...39 6. Robert Newhouse...31 7. Walt Garrison...30 8. Ezekiel Elliott...28 3rd is Marion Barber at 47. It would take 20 rushing TDs, but I think that is possible, but not plausible. I could be wrong. But imagine this, he's nearing a point in his career already where it is only Emmitt and Tony above him. I repeat...wow.