The New York Giants to Dallas for a much-anticipated Thanksgiving showdown with the Cowboys on Thursday (4:30 p.m. ET, FOX).
Second place in the division is on the line as both teams trail the 9-1 Philadelphia Eagles. These two teams last met on “Monday Night Football” in Week 3 as the Giants fell 23-16 at home to the Cooper Rush-led Cowboys. Tony Pollard ran for 105 yards as part of a ground game that racked up 5.9 yards per carry. New York also ran the ball effectively, averaging 6.7 yards per rushing attempt, but Daniel Jones was ineffective at quarterback.
The Giants are coming off a bad 31-18 loss to the Detroit Lions, while the Cowboys are fresh off a 40-3 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. As usual, the Cowboys are coming in over-hyped. They have one big win and now they are going to win the Super Bowl. It’s such a joke every year, to hear the over-hyping of the fraudulent Cowboys.
Giants will run the ball effectively against a Dallas defense, that struggles against the run. Saquon Barkley will have a good day running the ball and Dak Prescott will turn the ball over, as the Giants will upset the Cowboys 24-13.
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