Cowboys' Jason Witten: Four catches in Sunday's win

Witten caught four passes on eight targets for 42 yards in Sunday's win over the Packers.

A miscommunication with Dak Prescott resulted in the rookie's first career INT, as Witten turned inside on a route when Prescott expected him to turn out, but despite that the veteran tight end has been his usual steady self this season without Tony Romo (back) at the helm, catching at least two passes in every game and hauling in at least 42 yards in five of six contests. Romo's eventual return could conceivably give Witten's production a boost, but with the Cowboys now 5-1 under the extremely impressive Prescott, the front office may be having second thoughts about turning the offense back over to Romo once he's healthy.

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