Kevin Ogletree caught two passes for 25 yards and a touchdown in Dallas' Week 17 loss to the Redskins.
With Dez Bryant and Miles Austin both banged up, Ogletree was forced to play a heavy complement of snaps, but his biggest play of the game came before either of his more-celebrated teammates got nicked. That would be on the Cowboys' opening drive, where Ogletree appeared to run the wrong route on the first three Tony Romo interceptions. It was just the latest mental lapse in a season ' and career ' full of them for the impending free agent. Although Ogletree's 32 catches, 436 yards and four touchdowns are all new career highs by significant margins, he's unlikely to be back in Dallas. He should be limited to 1-2 year offers with little guaranteed money on the open market.