Since the grand opening of Jerry Jones’ new home for his Dallas Cowboys, the New York Football Giants have become not only quite acclimated, but very comfortable there. On the stadium’s debut September 20, 2009, in front of a record crowd (105,121) on Sunday Night Football, the Giants officially broke ground on their “second stadium.” Since, Big Blue is undefeated there at 3-0.
QB Eli Manning was 25 of 38 for 330 yards with two touchdowns that night, but his comments were a bit of foreshadowing for things to come for the Giants at Cowboys Stadium.
“The whole team did a good job of gutting it out,” Manning said. “This is a good thing to build from.”
These team-like words also came along with the news (and picture proof) that after the 33-31 win, Manning signed the wall of the visitor's locker room with the message "First win in the New Stadium." Seems a bit prophetic, huh?
The following season, LB Michael Boley came in on a second quarter blitz, unblocked, and...