Thanks to his hot start here in 2011, Lions WR Calvin Johnson has vaulted to the top of the list among players with the most receiving TDs since 2009. Too bad the player he passed last week — Miles Austin – is still injured and won’t be able to go head-to-head with Megatron when the Lions and Cowboys face off this Sunday.
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Posted: Monday, September 19th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Aaron Hernandez, Blaine Gabbert, Dallas Cowboys, Felix Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars, Luke McCown, Marcedes Lewis, Maurice Jones-Drew, Miles Austin, New England Patriots, Tony Romo
Miles Austin’s hamstring injury is just one on a growing list of concerns for the Dallas Cowboys offense.
While Sunday’s NFL action was marred by injuries to key players, some of the day’s most heroic performances were only enhanced by the injuries those players had to overcome.
Posted: Sunday, September 18th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Week 2 injury roundup, Aaron Hernandez, Arian Foster, Braylon Edwards, Chris Cook, David Reed, DeJon Gomes, DeMarcus Van Dyke, Earl Bennett, Eddie Royal, Felix Jones, Fili Moala, Gabe Carimi, Jamaal Charles, Jonathan Joseph, Jordan Shipley, Josh Wilson, Julius Thomas, Karlos Dansby, Kraig Urbik, Major Wright, Malcom Floyd, Miles Austin, Nick Collins, Nick Mangold, Patrick Chung, Phil Costa, Ras-i Dowling, Roscoe Parrish, Ryan Diem, Terrence Cody, Tony Romo, Vontae Davis, Week 2 injuries 2011, Zoltan Mesko
The injury list in Week 2 starts with Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles, who suffered a season-ending knee injury.
No position is better represented on NFL Network’s “Top 100 Players of 2011″ than wide receiver, with 18 making the cut as voted by players. On Sunday, 10 more players were revealed, including two wideouts — Miles Austin (No.70) and Brandon Marshall (No. 61). Austin and Marshall join fellow wideouts Terrell Owens (91), Josh Cribbs (84), Mike Williams (83), Santonio Holmes (76), and Greg Jennings (74) with 11 more to come. NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp believes Marshall would be higher on the list with more stability at the QB position in Miami. “I think that might have a little something to do with the quarterback that was throwing him the ball,” Sapp said. “Normally when you have a good […]
Is it time for Vikings RB Adrian Peterson to date a Kardashian? I asked him which one of the famous socialites was his favorite.
Still early, but the scene at Radio Row is heating up. Already spotted: Eric Dickerson, Miles Austin, Drew Brees, Dick Vermeil, Cowboys cheerleaders… and Bugs Bunny.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin has been named as a late addition to the 2011 Pro Bowl, it was announced Thursday.
The Cowboys trail 17-0 at the end of the first quarter, and Pro Bowl WR Miles Austin has left the game with a forearm injury.
The Cowboys let go of coach Wade Phillips and replaced him with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. Confusing for a fantasy enthusiasts, considering how bad the Cowboys’ offense has been this year. This move is akin to firing the bartender and then promoting Charlie Sheen to the position.
Posted: Friday, September 17th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Beanie Wells, Clinton Portis, Darrelle Revis, Darren McFadden, Dez Bryant, Donovan McNabb, Jake Delhomme, Julius Pepper, Kevin Kolb, Kyle Kosier, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Marc Colombo, Matt Moore, Max Starks, Michael Bush, Miles Austin, Randy Moss, Seneca Wallace, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Tim Hightower, Todd Heap
The Cowboys offensive line will get a boost with the return of linemen Marc Colombo and Kyle Kosier. And not a moment too soon, facing Bears DE Julius Peppers this week, too.
NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes takes a look at the Week 1 headlines in the first installment of Put Up Your Dukes, and says what the Vikings need is a heavy dose of Adrian Peterson.
It’s difficult for any player to live up to a six-year, $54 million contract, but in a sense, Miles Austin already has earned his pay.
Arian Foster will likely end that revolving door at running back for the Texans. Foster lit up the Cowboys for 110 yards and a touchdown to add the exclamation point to the position.
Tell me if this sounds familiar to Cowboys fans … Tony Romo and the game look flawless moving into the red zone and then, once there, you might as well cue up the Yakety Sax as the Cowboys look more like a junior varsity squad than a Super Bowl contender.