When the New York Giants started the season 0-6, few thought that the team would take part in any meaningful games in 2013. But New York has gotten off the canvas with four straight wins, and now the team faces its biggest obstacle yet, the Dallas Cowboys, in its quest to return to the NFC playoffs.
The Giants swagger has returned, courtesy of a four-game winning streak. New York dug itself a deep hole in starting the season with six straight losses, but four straight wins have placed them back in the playoff hunt. Big Blue faces an erratic Cowboys squad that beat New York 36-31 in a wild season opener at Dallas in September. The G-men would love nothing better than to return the favor to the ‘Boys at MetLife Stadium this week.
The Cowboys and Dolphins are two teams with many question marks heading toward the 2013 season.
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
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.
Is “America’s Team” the NFL’s most disappointing team?
The New York Giants completed a miraculous 37-34 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. New York has now drawn even with Dallas for first place in the NFC East.
Jerry Jones never wanted to change coaches this season. As the blowout losses mounted, and Wade Phillips’ defense was mostly to blame, the owner-general manager of the Dallas Cowboys had no choice.
Tony Romo wore a gray T-shirt, his left arm hanging in a sling and covered by a blue jacket. That’s pretty much how he will spend the next month or two. Maybe even the rest of the season.