The Cowboys and Dolphins are two teams with many question marks heading toward the 2013 season.
It’s that time of year again — the time when NFL coaches are on the hot seat.
One way or the other, the Giants always seem to be hanging on to postseason hopes, rather than marching straight into them. Perhaps this year will be different.
The lead was 23-0, but it was not enough. Somehow, the Giants allowed the Dallas Cowboys to score 24 consecutive points before getting two Lawrence Tynes field goals in the fourth quarter to pull it out, 29-24. Let’s take a review of the ballgame.
The Giants have to do a better job of defending the pass, or they will have a much more difficult time in the second half of the regular season than they did in the first.
His contributions have been nothing short of outstanding. Which begs the question — What can’t Brown do for Big Blue?
The Giants kept their undefeated record at Cowboys Stadium alive as they hung and defeated their rivals 29-24.
The Giants must put the pressure on Romo and keep mistakes to a minimum if they’re to beat the Cowboys on Sunday.
Romo’s stellar 22-for-29, three-touchdown performance was an all-out aerial assault on an injury-ravaged Giants secondary. Romo coolly handled the Giants’ pass rush and picked apart the G-Men for 307 passing yards
It’s only one game, sure. The first, to boot. But the old issues that nearly doomed the Giants’ Super Bowl run in the womb of the regular season cropped up once again.
Ready or not, the Giants’ quest to defend their Super Bowl championship starts tonight with the NFL’s season opener against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. Here are the key matchups to watch.
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