Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin practiced Wednesday for the first time since his Week 3 hamstring injury. After a promising Week 1 which he saw 12 targets and 10 receptions for 72 yards, Austin hardly contributed in the following games.
Dallas got a huge contribution from WR Terrance Williams last week. The rookie caught all four of his targets for 151 yards and a score. That averages out to 37.8 yards per play. For comparison, Austin has only one reception that went for more than 40 yards since Week 1 of 2012. Williams is a great add in deeper formats since Austin can't seem to stay healthy for more than a week or so at a time. Dez Bryant continues to be biggest beneficiary as most of the offense travels through him.