Then last season, Austin had just two catches -- but they went for 115 yards, including a spectacular 63-yard score that was the first of his career. Austin almost had another touchdown in that game but was caught on his way to the end zone for a 52-yard gain.
"If I look back at that game, I look at the touchdown, rather than the other one," Austin said.
The Philadelphia Eagles' defense showed Austin some respect last week by doubling him with a safety over the top. Austin didn't have a catch until the fourth quarter, when he beat cornerback Sheldon Brown on a slant-and-go -- helped by quarterback Tony Romo's pump fake -- for a 49-yard touchdown reception.
"I don't know what to expect," Austin said. We'll look at the film work at how they had been playing, and you never know how they will play in the game."