Jason Witten caught seven passes for 51 yards in Dallas' Week 9 loss.
The seven grabs give Witten 754 for his career, moving him past Michael Irvin for the most in Cowboys history. Although a terrible start to the season had the 30-year-old Witten's career in question, Tony Romo's favorite safety valve has now reeled in an eye-popping 50 catches over his past five games. With half the year gone, he's on pace for 116 receptions, 1,076 yards and two touchdowns. The catches would be a career high. Witten's catch and yardage paces should fall off, but his touchdown rate will almost certainly increase. He's locked in as a TE1.