The Dallas Cowboys' winning streak continued Thursday night against the Minnesota Vikings, but a Jason Witten franchise-record streak ended.

The tight end did not catch a pass for the first time in 130 games. The last time Witten went without a catch was Week 9, 2008, versus the New York Giants. It was the fourth-longest catch streak in the NFL behind Larry Fitzgerald (190), Brandon Marshall (155) and Steve Smith Sr. (138).

"Those records really don't mean anything," Witten said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I still have a lot of confidence in my ability and feel I can play at a high level. A big part of that is making catches. But it's just one of those games. Those things happen. You go through it. It's not on one particular situation. That's just the way the game went. I'm thankful and excited to be 11-1, much more than having a catch."

Witten caught one pass in the third quarter, but a holding call on running back Ezekiel Elliott wiped out the play. The tight end officially ended the game with zero targets.