This offseason, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones insisted that his team would earn its first win in four tries over the New York Giants in his $1.2 billion stadium.
The Cowboys already have beaten the Giants once this season, and now it's time to see if Jones' club can back up his words.
The Giants are well aware of Jones' boast and are looking for revenge along with a fourth straight victory Sunday in the latest installment of this NFC East rivalry.
Jones told a crowd of Dallas fans at training camp in July that his club would "beat the Giants' (butts)" when New York (5-2) visited Cowboys Stadium this week. The Giants are 3-0 in the building, with Eli Manning throwing for 1,036 yards and eight touchdowns, including a 400-yard effort in his last visit Dec. 11 - a 37-34 victory.
Safety Antrel Rolle couldn't resist addressing Jones' words.
"As far as Jerry Jones' comment, we really don't pay that any attention because we all know that he hasn't put on a helmet and I don't know if...