A conversation with the Cowboys tight end about watching his good friend Romo go through losing his starting job, when he knew this year's team was special, and his plans for post-NFL life
On this week's episode of The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer, I talked with 14-year Dallas tight end Jason Witten. Witten, close friends with Tony Romo, has a unique perspective on watching his good pal lose his starting job this season. Witten also explains which of his records he is most proud of, when he knew this year's team had something special with Dak Prescott, and what he might do after his football career ends. Plus, my regular segments with Emily Kaplan and your questions from Twitter.
9:49: I’m an idiot. Albert and Emily go over the moments this past week that made them say, well, I’m an idiot.
13:51: Overreactions. Now that the dust has cleared from this past weekend’s NFL and college action, Albert and Emily admit to the games and storylines that made them overreact.
19:40: #Blessed. Albert and Emily talk about the teams and players who were #blessed this past weekend.
23:10: Hot Seat. Albert and Emily talk about some of the coaches who may need to go job hunting soon.
28:05: On to Cincinnati. Albert and Emily put the past week behind them and look ahead to some important Week 10 matchups.
33:02: Jason Witten Interview
59:01: Albert’s Six Pack of Twitter questions