#3 – Jason Witten, TE
Tight End Jason Witten is a no-brainer on this list. The fact that he hasn’t even played in a conference championship game let alone the Super Bowl is a farce.
Witten left the broadcasting booth and returned to the NFL simply to win a ring. A fan favorite amongst all is in a steep decline and depending on who you ask, he might have already worn out his welcome as a player.
If this past season was indeed his last as a player, his accomplishments are more than deserving of being a first-ballot Hall of Famer. This makes me wonder, how many Hall of Famers would give up their gold jacket for a Super Bowl ring?
The 11-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro currently ranks fourth in receptions and only trails Hall of Fame receiver for the San Francisco 49ers Jerry Rice, Arizona Cardinals wideout Larry Fitzgerald, and longtime Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez. Witten needs a championship so that he may take his place among the other great tight ends in NFL history.