Jason Witten knows that he doesn't have too many more chances like this one.
The Dallas Cowboys' veteran tight end, as well as his teammates are set to begin their playoff campaign Sunday when they host thein the divisional round. The Cowboys earned top seed in the NFC during the regular season and currently the conference's best bet to represent in the Super Bowl.
Playing in the 14th season of his NFL career, the 34-year-old knows he has but a few opportunities left to chase a Super Bowl title.
"I still wake up every day thinking what it would be like to hand the Lombardi Trophy to (owner) Jerry Jones. And while I know, certainly, there have been a lot of great players who didn't win the Super Bowl, I don't want to be one of them," Witten said to David Fleming of ESPN.
Witten has the has the second-most catches and receiving yards by a tight end in NFL history, as well as numerous honours bestowed on him throughout his career.
Now the only thing missing is that Championship ring.
Source: ESPN · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press