Free agent WR Miles Austin could return to Dallas


Free agent WR Miles Austin could return to Dallas

Reported by, Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett indicated that he would "absolutely" consider the possible re-signing of current free agent Miles Austin.

Fantasy Analysis:

Lets break this down into two scenarios, one, the real-world, and two, fantasy land.

In the real world this seems to be a no brainer even with the current NFL draft over and Dallas drafting Devin Street. Why is it a no brainer? Dallas needs to address their wide out situation as after Dez Bryant its gets very thin. Bringing back Miles Austin at the right price, even with his hamstring history, could easily make him the 2nd our 3rd ranked wideout on their current depth chart [provided by]. The key here is what is the right price?

Lets bring fantasy mindset to light here. As of now, Miles Austin is 115+ on my braft board for wide receivers which notably makes him undraftable (12 team leagues, say each team drafted 10 wide outs each can't say Miles Austin would be part or should be part of the 120 players selected). If Miles does sign somewhere then we can return to his fantasy discussion but don't get sucked in by the name. Miles Austin is fantasy football irrelevent at this point.


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Chief Network Admin for and Lead Designer of Total NFL Magazine Nick Vertucci is also a fantasy football veteran starting his game back in 1997. While always doing his best to support his family first, Fantasy Football comes second nature and is more then just a hobby. Heavily active in the Fantasy Football Community, FSWA member, and a FantasyPros NFL Fantasy Football Player Ranking Competitor, Nick believes that its "Always Football Season."