Stone Cold Volunteers To Be Cowboys QB

It's no secret the Dallas Cowboys are in trouble. Without Tony Romo, the Cowboys have lost five straight games and doing quite badly. But now, one man has volunteered his services as the new Dallas quarterback: Stone Cold Steve Austin.

In a live chat with the Dallas Morning-News, the WWE superstar said he could start as early as this weekend and do great.

""I could be there Sunday, playing the Philadelphia Eagles. I think I can line 'em up, throw for about 300, 400 yards." He even had play ideas. "Maybe do a little end-around, fake the reverse pitchout, let me run downfield and Darren (McFadden) can throw me the ball," he said. "About 60 yards out, catch it in full stride and boom, spike it over the damn goalpost."

Austin did play football in high school before going into wrestling and even at the age of 50 remains tough. And it's not like Dallas is doing much better so if the Cowboys are so desperate, the Rattlesnake is just waiting for the call.

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