Jason Witten is 35 years old. He sure doesn’t look it on the field, especially when he hauled in this one-handed catch against the San Francisco 49ers.
This argument seemed to find a receptive audience in the room. An unofficial count had only nine owners in favor of a mandate, though the reasons for the opposition varied: Some owners had tired of Jones always commandeering such meetings; some were jealous of his power and eager to see him go down; some saw the players-must-stand mandate as bad policy to invoke in the middle of the season; some owners were angry with Jones’ hard-line public stance on kneeling, feeling that it had backed them all into a corner.
Though many have been critical of Jones’ production this season, he actually sits seventh among wide receivers in fantasy points during the six weeks Atlanta has Joel Embiid Authentic Jersey played. And that includes a Week 4 game in which he was limited by injury to 14 snaps.
Witten is covered by Jaquiski Tartt, who has his left hand tied up. Dak Prescott puts the ball right where Witten can snag it with one hand.
Witten entered Sunday with 27 catches for 229 yards Chris Jones Authentic Jersey and two touchdowns this season. The 18-yard score gave the Cowboys a 20-3 lead over the Niners at the half.
As Jones spoke, Snyder mumbled out loud, See, Jones gets it — 96 percent of Americans are for guys standing, a claim some dismissed as a grand overstatement. McNair, a multimillion-dollar Trump campaign contributor, spoke next, echoing many of the same business concerns. We can’t have the inmates running the prison, McNair said.
That statement stunned some in the room. Then Kraft, who is close friends with Trump, politely rebuked the hardliners, saying that he supported the league’s marketing proposal and predicted the issue would work itself out over time.