The Dallas Cowboys should shelve wide receiver Miles Austin until he’s completely healthy

There is absolutely zero evidence that Kim Kardashian infected either of Miles Austin’s hamstrings.

Hobbled Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin was unable to participate in practice Thursday.

The 29-year-old Austin suffered a strained hamstring against the Rams in Week 3 and is still battling the injury.

Loaded with weapons, rookie Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley will likely again substitute for Austin on Sunday when Dallas plays the Lions in Detroit.

Sitting atop the NFC East at 4-3, the Cowboys feature the league’s third preeminent attack.

Conversely, Detroit’s defense is struggling and currently ranks 21st overall.

Hence, Dallas’ success this weekend won’t hinge on Austin’s gimpy wheel.

However, the Cowboys will need a healthy Austin to advance deep into the playoffs.

A two-time Pro Bowl selection who led the NFC in receiving yards in 2009, the 6-foot-2, 216 pound Austin is strong, powerful, able to break tackles and fearless going across the middle.

Kim Kardashian’s conqueror helps Dallas dictate the time of possession and makes any secondary hesitant to double-team the dynamic Dez Bryant.

As another explosive option for Tony Romo, the Cowboys should shelve Miles Austin until he’s completely healthy.

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