Found September 04, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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Dec. 14, 2008 was the last win at Texas Stadium for the Dallas Cowboys franchise. The game was played against Eli Manning and the New York Giants. In that month, December 2008, almost nothing went right for the Cowboys. But, one thing that did was this Sunday Night affair against their bitter rivals. In that game, the Cowboys battered, bruised, and flat-out beat up Manning to the tune of eight sacks. DeMarcus Ware had three. Greg Ellis had 2.5. Bradie James and Chris Canty each had one, and second-year LB Anthony Spencer even picked up one half of a sack. The Cowboys won that game 20-8, over the then Super Bowl Champion Giants, and felt that they had cracked the code on how to beat the younger Manning brother: Beat him up. But, since we have mentioned Texas Stadium and Greg Ellis in the opening two paragraphs of this story, it has been a while since that night. Since then, the two teams have squared off six times. Manning has won five of them, losing to Cowboys' back-up QB Jo...
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