Found December 09, 2011 on Football Nation:
New York Giants @ Dallas   The Giants fell to the Packers while Dallas once again stumbled in the desert.   No need to waste much time here. In the last eight regular season games these two have played going back to 2007, they have combined for an average of 57 points – 28.5 each. So it’s a pretty safe bet to say that neither team will have much luck shutting the other one down. Miles Austin will likely be back for Dallas, which could result in a substantial drop-off in performance for Laurent Robinson. However, Robinson won’t be completely written out of the game plan because he’s been too good in Austin’s absence. So temper your expectations regarding Robinson, but unless you have a far better option you should still start him. For the Giants, the potential return of Mario Manningham may worry Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks owners, but it shouldn’t. There will be plenty of opportunities to go around for everyone.   GOOD STARTS: Anybody who has even the slightest pulse from a Fanta...

Cowboys receiver Laurent Robinson seen at practice Friday

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WR Austin, FB Fiammetta return, could spur Cowboys

Miles Austin and Tony Fiammetta have returned to practice for the Dallas Cowboys, and the club hopes having those guys back lifts the passing and running attacks. Austin has missed six games this season because of hamstring injuries. He missed two games earlier this season with an injury to his left hamstring, and the last four games with a right hamstring problem. Fiammetta missed...

Austin, Fiammetta return could spur Cowboys

Miles Austin and fullback Tony Fiammetta returned to practice Wednesday and are expected to play Sunday.

Robinson Returns To Practice

From Valley Ranch, yet more good news for the Cowboys on the injury front. Per ESPN Dallas, wide receiver Laurent Robinson returned to practice on Friday after missing most of the week with a shoulder injury, suffered in last Sunday’s overtime loss to the Cardinals in Arizona. Robinson was forced to retire to the locker room after he was tackled by Darnell Dockett and landed...

Cowboys WR Austin returns to practice

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin practiced for the first time since suffering a hamstring injury last month.

Peterson, Vick, Austin could all return

Sunday Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens Ravens RB Ray Lewis (turf toe): The status of the Ravens' iconic Hall of Fame-bound linebacker is uncertain for Week 14. He didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday according to the Baltimore Sun, and although he could probably tough the injury out on Sunday, I don't expect to see the Ravens risk him against an 0-12 team...

Cowboys DeMarcus Ware, Kyle Kosier and Laurent Robinson return to practice

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Giants rookie Sash set to start for injured Phillips

Tomorrow night the Cowboys will again have speedy No. 1 wideout Miles Austin. They will again have their fullback, Tony Fiammetta. They will be showcasing a running and passing offense that could be at its peak. And they will be facing a defense that is surely not. The Giants’ defense...

Five Dallas Players to Watch During Sunday’s Cowboys vs. Giants Game

Tony Romo:  Romo didn’t play a bad game last weekend but the Cowboys didn’t win so he had heard the criticism all week. Romo is playing a very good Giants team this week and this is the week to make a statement. He is getting one of his big weapons in Miles Austin so that should open up the passing game even more. One thing I would like to see from Romo this weekend is getting...
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