Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Jason Witten and Dez Bryant gets honored by Pro Football Weekly

Last week Jason Witten and Dez Bryant were honored by the Sporting News. This week it is Pro Football Weekly naming the Cowboys tight end to its first-team All-NFL team and the wide receiver to the All-Rookie team.
It is the third time Witten has been named to the team in his career. He earned the honor in 2007 and ’08. Witten led all tight ends with 94 catches for 1,002 yards with a career-high nine touchdowns. Bryant had 45 catches for 561 yards and six touchdowns and also returned two punts for scores before fracturing his ankle on Dec. 5 at Indianapolis.
They both deserve this honor for which these 2 players were the only ones that was contributing of offense. Witten has always been a hard working tight-end how gives it 100% everytime he is on the field. No matter if it was Romo, Kitna, or McGee, Witten has always gave it his all and made catches when the counted and thrown the blocks that needed to thrown on run/pass plays

Dez Byrant was on the verge of becoming the NFL Rookie of the Year in my opinion. His impact, energy, toughness, and poise gave the Cowboys a huge spark during the games. Whether it was on punt/kick return or catching passes his HEART was pumping through his chest and showing the fans and Jerry Jones the reason he was drafted. He should be a force to reckon with next year.

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