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The Dallas Cowboys will travel out west on Sunday to play the San Diego Chargers in Week 4.
Even without Miles Austin the Cowboys (2-1) figure to put on a passing display for the ages against a Chargers defense which ranks last in the league against the pass, allowing over 340 yards per game.
FOX will broadcast the game between the Cowboys and Chargers beginning at 4:25 pm ET (1:25 pm PT) from Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.
The Odds: The Dallas Cowboys are a 2 point favorite against the San Diego Chargers. The over/under for this game is 46 total points.
Will the Cowboys improve to 3-1 ahead of a match-up against the Chargers or will San Diego pull off the upset?
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Today the Dallas Cowboys ruled out star receiver Miles Austin for Sunday’s game against San Diego. Austin was ruled out after missing three days of practice with a strained hamstring suffered in the third quarter of last week’s win against the St. Louis Rams. Because of Austin’s history of hamstring injuries, the Cowboys will be […]
It looks like there’s a chance Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) will play in this week’s game against the Broncos.
Garrett says Miles Austin has run on his injured hamstring and says receiver has a chance to play this week. "He has made progress."
— Charean Williams (@NFLCharean) September 30, 2013
The Cowboys will need Austin as well as a prayer as...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin has been ruled out of Sunday's game at San Diego because of a hamstring injury.
Austin has been slowed by hamstring issues the past two years after back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2009 and 2010.
The 29-year-old Austin had just 579 yards in 10 games two years ago and played though hamstring problems last year to finish with 943 yards....
The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful that wide receiver Miles Austin could play on Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
With the Broncos coming to visit the Cowboys expect a shootout. The Cowboys will need all of their offensive weapons to have any chance against a Broncos team that scored a season high 52 points last week and is averaging 44.75 points per game.
“He has made progress,”...
Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin missed a third straight day of practice on Friday as he continues to nurse a hamstring injury.
Looking doubtful for Miles Austin. He's not at practice. But Dwayne Harris is out here for first time this week
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) September 27, 2013
I will be shocked if Austin plays this Sunday against the Chargers.
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin will miss Sunday’s game at San Diego because of a hamstring injury.
The team ruled out Austin after he missed practice all week. ESPN reported that because of Austin’s history of hamstring problems the team will be conservative with his recovery.
On the plus side coach Jason Garrett said the injury isn’t as severe as some of the hamstring...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin has missed three straight practices placing his availability for Sunday’s game against San Diego in doubt.
Austin has been dealing with hamstring issues again this season but the Cowboys were hopeful that he would be on the field as they look to feast on the worst pass defense in football. San Diego has allowed just over 340 passing yards...
Miles Austin missed Friday's practice as well, which indicates that the Cowboys should not expect much help from Miles on Sunday.
This marks the third practice in a row that Austin has missed due to his hamstring injury. Though it's deemed to be not as serious as the hamstring issues which have riddled Miles in the past, the fact that he hasn't participated in practice...
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) missed another practice on Friday and his availability for Sunday is in doubt.Fantasy Spin:Austin left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and has to have the most fragile hammy of any football player as he sufferes from the problem avery season. Since he's yet to haul in more than 75 yards worth of passes or a touchdown in any...
The Cowboys held out Miles Austin from practice today, as the receiver is dealing with another hamstring injury.
While this one does not appear to be as serious as the ones that he has had in the past, the Cowboys want to be cautious with Austin, who has a history of hamstring troubles. Per ProFootballtalk.com:
Reports out of Dallas earlier this week said that the hamstring...
Cowboys receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) missed another practice on Friday and has been ruled out for Week 4.Fantasy Spin:Austin left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and has to have the most fragile hammy of any football player as he sufferes from the problem avery season. Since he's yet to haul in more than 75 yards worth of passes or a touchdown in any game this...
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.con, Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) has been ruled out of this week’s game against the Chargers.
Miles Austin officially out of Sunday's game at San Diego
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) September 27, 2013
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According to Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com, Cowboys WR Miles Austin is unlikely to suit up against the Chargers this Sunday.
Austin has missed three straight practices with another hamstring injury, which means the Cowboys are likely to start rookie Terrance Williams in his place.
Dallas is hoping to have WR Dwayne Harris in Week 4, despite the fact that he has been dealing...
The Dallas Cowboys will be spending the weekend in 'Sunny San Diego', but it will be all business Sunday when they take the field at Qualcomm Stadium for a Week 4 matchup against the Chargers.Quarterback Tony Romo may need to look to some of his less familiar weapons on Sunday with two of his wide receivers on this week's injury report. Miles Austin suffered a strained...
Wide receiver Miles Austin is out for this week leaving the team with a huge question mark--who will step up in his place?
Dez Bryant is the clear No. 1; Jason Witten the No. 2. While both will be challenge enough for the Chargers defense to put the team over the top another player will need to step up and fill Austin's role.
Williams was the man for Robert Griffin...