Originally Posted by zeroburrito
what was he the 4th or 5th wr? his first chance was the kc game thanks to injuries.
i didn't mean it literally =)
he had 12 games as "the guy" with those stats.
bryant could have another 200 yarder and i still would think austin performed better.
even with that insane season he still only ended up to be an ok #1 or good #2.
hopefully bryant keeps it going.
In the off season TO was waived and Miles Austin was touted as the heir apparent by Jerry Jones and Tony Romo. he was the 3rd WR until that game, but not because he wasn't in their plans. They intended him to start and he didn't earn it until that start. Since then he earned if just fine.
You would still be wrong about the part in bold too.