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Cowboys vs. Giants 2017: Score, Stats & Live Updates

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One of the biggest rivalries in NFL history will be facing each on Sunday. The elite core of Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliot with the Dallas Cowboys will face the New York Giants who recently added star wide receiver Brandon Marshall.

Cowboys vs. Giants Viewing Details

Date: Sunday at 8:30 PM EST
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington
TV Channel: NBC

Pregame

One major variable to this game is Odell Beckham Jr. health. It would be detrimental to the New York Giants if one of the top receivers in the league will not suit up for your team. However, with Brandon Marshall enhancing the offense, Eli Manning still have a viable target to hit during the game. One major help to the New York Giants is their defense. Last year after early struggles, the defense soon emerged as one of the top defenses in the league. Returning most of their starting players, they will look to be a force that the Dallas Cowboys will have to reckon with.

The Dallas Cowboys are elite, and everyone recognizes it. After winning the NFC East last year, the team looks to repeat and push for a playoff victory. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot are still at the top of their games. Along with this, the previous rookie season jitters are no longer with them and they walk into their second year in the NFL. Still being one of the elite offenses in the league, the Dallas Cowboys are known for scoring points in bunches. Elliot is also assisted with he top offensive line in the league to form gaps to be able to run.

All in all, this will be a great matchup to watch.

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Dallas Cowboys

First Quarter

Dan Bailey kicks in a field goal for the Dallas Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys lead the New York Giants 3-0.

Dak Prescott’s passes are crisp. He is throwing great short passes.

Ezekiel Elliot remains an elite runner as he is tearing through the defensive line.

Second Quarter

Dan Bailey kicks another field goal. Score is 6-0.

Eli Manning looks stressed out. Has not been targeting Brandon Marshall at all.

Dallas Cowboys score going into halftime. Score is 16-0 Dallas Cowboys.

Third Quarter

Eli Manning looks weird. Not looking like the good Eli Manning.

Eli Manning throws an interception.

Giants kick a field goal. Score is 16-3.

Fourth Quarter

Dak Prescott gets the ball back as he makes another hard drive.

Cowboys score a field goal. Score is 19-3

Final score, 19-3.

COED Writer
My name is Jabari Bruce and I am a huge sports fan. My favorite leagues to cover are the NBA and the NFL.