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The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys played one for the ages down in Arlington today. After storming to a 23-0 lead midway through the second quarter off four Dallas turnovers, the Giants were unable to generate any offense as the Cowboys fought back to take a 24-23 lead into the fourth quarter. Although the Giants looked lifeless on both sides of the ball at times today, the defense made plays down the stretch and put the offense in a position to take back the lead.
The Giants benefited from six Cowboys turnovers, including four Tony Romo interceptions. Despite excessive turnovers, Dallas' offense was able to move the ball down the field on the Giants seemingly at will. Jason Witten had 18 receptions for 167 yards and a touchdown, while Miles Austin and Dez Bryant each had over 100 receiving yards themselves. However, Lawrence Tynes went 5 for 5 on field goals and the Giants defense held up despite two late fourth quarter Dallas drives that nearly yielded touchdowns.
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The New York Giants lost linebacker Chase Blackburn and
tight end Bear Pascoe to injury during yesterday’s victory over the Dallas
Cowboys, reports Randy Jennings of ESPNNewYork.com.
Blackburn injured his hamstring and limped off the field
during the Cowboys’ second touchdown drive of the second half. He recorded five
tackles during the game, giving him 47 on the season...
The New York Giants already knew they were going to be without linebacker Jacquian Williams, but were hoping that safety Kenny Phillips and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard would be able to return on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case as the two -originally listed as doubtful- did not travel with the team to Arlington, and have been downgraded...
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz told Mike Francecsa on 660 WFAN in New York that everything is “moving in the right direction” towards him getting a new contract.
“From what I hear, they’ve just agreed on the structure right now,” Cruz said. “And that’s all I’m at liberty to say.”
Cruz continues to hope something will be finalized soon.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was active for Sunday's game at Dallas, the second week in a row he has played despite barely practicing because of a lingering foot injury.
The Giants were without linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee), safety Kenny Phillips (knee) and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (quadriceps).
Dallas played its first game without linebacker and...
Osi Umenyiora and the New York Giants were feeling awful, believing they had just suffered a monumental collapse.
Upon further review, a replay overturned a Dallas Cowboys touchdown with 10 seconds left and the Giants held on for a 29-24 victory Sunday after blowing a 23-point lead, taking a firm hold on the NFC East lead.
''After going up 23-0 and having them come back...
As the old saying goes, “As Lawerence Tynes goes so do the New York Giants”…and this week was no different. The Giants were able to hold off a fierce attack as Tony Romo was throwing balls right at defenders with no mercy.
Tynes has had a fabulous season and the Giants are off to a good start. He is 24-26 on the season from field goal range with his only two misses being...
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Video: Jerry Jones gets fired up
Jerry Jones is a helluva lot better salesman than he is a GM, that’s for sure.
Back when the Dallas Cowboys opened training camp in Oxnard, Calif., in July, Jones boasted to the fans “I want you to come to [Cowboys Stadium] and watch us beat the New York Giants’ ass, OK?”
The Cowboys stunned NFL fans by beating the Giants on the road to...
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