Jason Witten productive in fantasy

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Jason Witten had a solid game against the Ravens. We break down the fantasy implications.

Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten continues his upward trend. Against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6, Witten hauled in six catches for 88 yards. He was targeted seven times, second only to Dez Bryant on the team.

The Cowboys went on to lose 31-29 after a 4th quarter comeback fell short.

Fantasy Impact: Witten is slowly but surely working his way back to 100% after being slowed by a ruptured spleen at the beginning of the season. This is now his second straight game of solid fantasy production (he had 112 yards and a TD against the Bears in Week 4), and the injury issues seem to be behind him.

Fantasy owners can safely slot Witten in as a TE1 against the Carolina Panthers in Week 7.

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