5 Things to Watch For vs. the Redskins (Offense)

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3.  Will Witten be good enough to make up for the absence of both starting WR’s?

Witten has had more than 100 yards receiving in both games this season.  He is averaging a mammoth 16 yards per reception.  With a young and inexperienced receiving corps made up  of Holley, Harris, and Ogletree, Witten will be more important than ever to the passing game.  I suspect that the Redskins don’t fear any of the WR’s, and therefore I expect that they will game-plan to stop Witten.

I will be watching how they attempt to defend Witten: if they don’t double-team him frequently, then expect him to have a huge day; if they do double-team him, one of the young WR’s has to step up and make the defense pay for leaving them in single coverage.

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Topics: Cowboys, Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant, Doug Free, Jason Garrett, Jason Witten, Martellus Bennett, Miles Austin, Redskins, Tony Romo, Washington Redskins

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