Jason Witten
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Legion Report | Aug 23rd
You know what you’re getting when you draft Jason Witten. With Scott Linehan in Dallas, they’re incorporating a pass heavy scheme. The Cowboys Defense keeps getting worse as the season nears, so you can expect Dallas to remain in a lot of shootouts this season. The 32 year old isn’t the sexy pick he used to be, but he’s still got a little left in his tank.
The New York Times | Aug 23rd
Has finished 6th in TE scoring the last two seasons.
The Football Girl | Aug 23rd
A lot of fantasy experts are fading him, but he just keeps plugging away.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 23rd
Jason Witten will remain an every-down player and should be a solid TE1 option though he will have more upside in PPR formats.
The Fake Football | Aug 22nd
Witten is still Romo's safety blanket and this season the Cowboys are going to need to pass a ton to keep up with teams scoring all over their decimated defense.
Breaking Football | Aug 21st
He could be in for a solid bounce back season. Upside possibly capped now but value is pretty good.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 21st
His ability to find the end-zone allow him to remain elite among TEs.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Witten is one of the consistent options at the tight end position. He usually gets you a top 10 yardage total and touchdown total. He has had over 1,000 yards in four of his ten seasons and has a great connection with quarterback Tony Romo. Witten is getting up there in age, but that is no reason to pass on him in your fantasy drafts.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
I am a little worried about Witten's age, as he turns 32 years old this year and did not have his normal big season with 73 receptions for 851 yards. He did tally eight touchdowns though and 32 is not too old for a tight end to maintain good fantasy value. He's probably 2-3 seasons from declining, but it is something to monitor.
Fantasy Couch | Aug 19th
will have a slightly better season than '13