Jason Witten made the bold decision to leave a cushy announcing job to return to the NFL as a member of the Dallas Cowboys, the only team he's ever known. He likely had a Super Bowl in mind. His team's performance against the Chicago Bears ought to put that dream to bed.
Witten has not been a force on offense all season and he may be questioning why he came out of retirement and gave up a multi-million dollar announcing gig.
His Cowboys have struggled to move the ball all season and the defense has not been great lately either. All that is once again the case against the Bears Thursday night.
Witten's frustrations likely reflect how the rest of the team is feeling. It has to take a lot to get a veteran leader and franchise legend to be screaming at people on the sidelines in an early December game.
This is much more emotion than he ever showed in the announcing booth, that's for sure.