Miles Austin must star for the Cowboys in the swamps of Jersey

Austin is a New Jerseyan who dominated as a Hawk at Monmouth University.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin practiced Wednesday and is set to compete this weekend.

The 29-year-old Austin has healed like a geriatric since suffering a strained hamstring versus the Rams in Week 3.

Despite featuring the league’s fifth preeminent attack, Dallas is 5-5 and trailing the Philadelphia Eagles by one game in the NFC East.

Individually, Austin’s only caught 15 passes for 125 yards over five contests.

Dallas needs 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 also helps Dallas dictate the time of possession and makes any secondary hesitant to double-team the dynamic Dez Bryant.

Austin must finally produce in Sunday’s pivotal showdown against a resurgent Giants squad.

After all, Jerry Jones gave Miles Austin 54.10 million reasons to star for the Cowboys in locations like the swamps of Jersey.

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