The New England Patriots upcoming test against the Cowboys will get a lot tougher if Dallas can get quarterback Tony Romo his favorite target, Miles Austin, back on the field.
Austin has targeted a return for Week 6 vs. the Patriots following the Cowboys bye week. He is expected to be on the field when the Cowboys meet New England, and he was out of the practice field on Monday morning, according to ESPN Dallas' Tim MacMahon.
Facing Austin would be especially troublesome for the Patriots, who allow more yards per game through the air than any team in the NFL. With the third-best passing attack in the NFL, the Cowboys are well-positioned to pick on the Patriots secondary.
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