The Dallas Cowboys are massive favorites to complete the season sweep of the New York Giants when they play Sunday afternoon. Both teams are looking to bounce back from Week 9 losses, but the Giants are looking to avoid their second three-game losing streak this season. Dallas has won 11 straight at home and nine of the previous ten meetings between the division rivals.
Kickoff is set for 4:25 pm ET on Sunday at AT&T Stadium. The game will be televised on FOX.
After returning from a three-game absence due to a neck injury, quarterback Daniel Jones tore his ACL and is out for the remainder of the 2023 season. Backup Tyrod Taylor is already on injured reserve and is potentially done for the year, which leaves undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito to lead the abysmal Giants offense.
The Giants offense is historically bad. They didn’t score an offensive touchdown in three straight games. They rank dead last in points per game with (11.2) and second to last in passing yards per game (155). Saquon Barkley and the running game have had moderate success with 1,025 rushing yards but have scored just four rushing touchdowns.
Up next is the stingy Dallas defense that allows the third fewest yards per game (288), sixth-fewest points per game (18.5), and has 13 takeaways. The Cowboys already handed the Giants a 40-0 loss in Week 1.
Dak Prescott started the season slowly but has played well as of late. He’s coming off back-to-back games throwing for more than 300 yards with a 7-1 touchdown to interception ratio. Tony Pollard has fallen flat as Ezekiel Elliott’s running back heir, rushing for more than 100 yards in just one game this season and scoring just two touchdowns, which came way back in Week 1. He’s in a get-right spot against a Giants defense that allows 127 yards per game and the third-most rushing touchdowns with 13.
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