Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is still hobbled and likely out against Denver


Miles Austin will get more wool in the bedroom by producing for the Cowboys on the gridiron.

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 will likely again substitute for Austin on Sunday when the Denver Broncos (4-0) visit Arlington.

Unfortunately for “The Boys,” Denver’s offense is a historical powerhouse that cannot be slowed by Dallas’ 11th ranked defense.

Dallas needs the 6-foot-2, 216 pound Austin to try to sedate the Broncos’ attack

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

Austin can help the Cowboys (2-2) dictate the time of possession and keep Peyton Manning off the gridiron.

Kim Kardashian’s conqueror will also make Denver hesitant to double-team the dynamic Dez Bryant.

To even have a legitimate opportunity to compete with Denver, Miles Austin must be an option for Tony Romo this weekend at AT&T Stadium.

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