Miles Austin Injury: Updates on Cowboys Star's Week 11 Status and Fantasy Value
That hasn't been too often this season, and the Cowboys have had to make due with an up and down Dez Bryant and other fill-ins. Laurent Robinson seems to have taken to the role rather nicely.
But, Austin is still their guy and they cannot wait to get him back. The star receiver is dealing with his second hamstring injury of the season and was listed as out for at least two to four weeks.
The report was exactly one week ago from ESPN's NFC East blog/ESPN Dallas' Calvin Watkins.
Austin is not just a favorite target of quarterback Tony Romo's, but he is also one of the most beloved fantasy receivers in the league.
When in the lineup, Romo goes to Austin more than any other quarterback goes to a No. 1 receiver in the league.
He's a big play waiting to happen every snap.
The hamstring injury is delicate situation though.
He's already come back once and aggravated it again, forcing him to miss this extended period of time.
Like all hamstring injuries, the only way for them to heal is with complete rest.
Dallas and New York still have to play twice—Week 14 and Week 17—in games that will likely decide who will win the NFC East.
The Cowboys don't expect Austin back for Week 11, but they do expect him to be back before they play the Giants.
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