Miles Austin Archive

A Win Is A Win…Right?

Dallas Cowboys 26 – Kansas City Chiefs 20, in OVERTIME. Yes I did say overtime, a place Dallas really should of never been in this game. I will give credit to the Chiefs for their hard fought

One Game Down, 15 To Go

The Dallas Cowboys went into week one with many questions, but the biggest probably being could they replace the big plays lost with the release of Owens? Well with a 66-yard TD to Roy Williams, a 42-yard

Bucs Walk The Plank As Cowboys Sail To 34-21 Win

Quarterback Tony Romo threw three touchdown passes to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a 34-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday to open the season with a convincing win. The offense was clicking on all

Week 1 Preview: Cowboys at Buccaneers

The time has come my fellow football fanatics! Football season is officially here and the Cowboys first game of the year begins in less than an hour. The anticipation has built up to the max and all

Cowboys News Heading Into Week 1 of 2009

Welcome to opening night of the 2009 NFL season. Sure it’s not the Cowboys, but it’s real football and I can not wait for it to start. The Cowboys have been quiet this preseason, except for the

Falling Miles Behind?

Conflicting reports across the Cowboys media outlets have me concerned about Miles Austin. The wide receiver who was expected to step up this season hasn’t really given anyone reason to believe he can do his share for

Poll Results: Key Position Battles

At the beginning of Training Camp we asked this question: Which of these key position battles do you think will be the most interesting? The results were a dead heat between Jenkins/Scandrick (38%) and Crayton/Austin (38%).  In

Here Are Your Key Position Battles

Former Dallas Cowboys beat writer, Tom Orsborn, takes a look at some of the key position battles heading into training camp. Cornerback MIKE JENKINS VS. ORLANDO SCANDRICK The battle for the cornerback spot opposite Terence Newman took

Dallas Cowboys Receiver Situation

In my opinion, the Dallas Cowboys did a good thing by releasing Terrell Owens earlier this year. Yes he scored touchdowns, but he also had a lot of crucial dropped passes. By releasing him they have now

Cowboys Extra Points: Hurd, Austin, Bennett…

Is anyone else becoming concerned about the health of wide receivers Sam Hurd and Miles Austin? I read on Matt Mosley’s blog on ESPN that Austin did light running because of a hamstring injury while Hurd is

Miles Austin Doesn't Get Big Contract, Yet

The Cowboys have signed Miles Austin to the $1.545 million,1-year tender offer he was given in free agency. It’s a pretty smart move in my opinion. Why hand him a huge contract before he delivers? Not to

Draft Day Fast Approaching

As the 2009 NFL Draft fast approaches, I have read many articles about what the Cowboys will do with their first pick. All of these are opinions of course which is what makes draft day so much