Jason Witten takes out his frustration on the elderly

Jim McIsaac

Jason Witten plowed down an old man, just to make him feel beter

Jason Witten is understandably frustrated. The Dallas TE is doing everything he can on the field to try and help his Cowboys win, but bless his heart Tony Romo just wont help him.

Like all men who have reached their breaking point, Jason Witten decided to excercise his demons a healthy way: Taking out his agression on the elderly.

Where does the burden of responsibility lie? Not only did the old man running sound have a clear view of the field, but he had a GIANT CONE that amplified the sound. One would think that a giant, hulking football player who was ten feet from you might peak your interest.

On the other hand we have Jason Witten, who could be a little more sensitive to the needs of the elderly.

We're siding with the old man on this one. Witten, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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