69 rec. / 1,041 yds.
74 rec. / 1,090 yds.
There is nobody who wants to see Tony Romo return as Dallas' starting quarterback more than Austin. Austin was off to a great start last season before Romo got hurt. He had three 100-yard receiving games and two touchdowns - and that was in the first four games of the year. After Romo went down with a broken collarbone in week seven, Austin's numbers dropped considerably. Still, Austin managed eight touchdowns (7 receiving, 1 rushing) and over 1,000 yards receiving. Romo back at 100 percent will help Austin and he should be considered the Cowboys top wide receiver. Consider Austin a solid number two fantasy football wide receiver.