Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has been around long enough to know that there are no sure things in the NFL.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has been around long enough to know that there are no sure things in the NFL. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has been around long enough to know that there are no sure things in the NFL. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram

Cowboys aren’t concerned by ghosts of Decembers past

November 30, 2016 4:03 PM

More Videos

Dallas Mavericks salute their history with tribute to American flag 1:49

Dallas Mavericks salute their history with tribute to American flag

Here are the top playmakers in the Packers’ win over the Cowboys 0:46

Here are the top playmakers in the Packers’ win over the Cowboys

Forget the BBQ, these tailgating Cowboys fans cooked up a Mexican cuisine on a massive grill 1:30

Forget the BBQ, these tailgating Cowboys fans cooked up a Mexican cuisine on a massive grill

AT&T Stadium sells more alcohol than any other venue in Texas 0:25

AT&T Stadium sells more alcohol than any other venue in Texas

Listen to Orlando Scandrick and David Irving discuss their meeting with Jerry Jones 2:25

Listen to Orlando Scandrick and David Irving discuss their meeting with Jerry Jones

NFLPA lawyers arrive in New Orleans for Ezekiel Elliott hearing 0:53

NFLPA lawyers arrive in New Orleans for Ezekiel Elliott hearing

Mac Attack explains Zeke Elliott situation to 8-year-old girl 5:08

Mac Attack explains Zeke Elliott situation to 8-year-old girl

Adrian Beltre on Cole Hamels' dominant night 0:32

Adrian Beltre on Cole Hamels' dominant night

The top Mexican drug cartels and their leaders 2:26

The top Mexican drug cartels and their leaders

Celebrity judge Jody Dean of KLUV/98.7 FM joins us for Burger Battle finale round 1:04

Celebrity judge Jody Dean of KLUV/98.7 FM joins us for Burger Battle finale round

  • Here are the top playmakers in the Packers’ win over the Cowboys

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, but Aaron Rodgers rallied the Green Bay Packers in the final seconds.