California in July seems a long time ago, but the New York Giants have long memories.
It was at the end of July that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told a group of fans at training camp in Oxnard, California that, "Y'all should come to Cowboys Stadium and watch us beat the Giants' asses."
The Giants, including all their glutei maximi, will be at Cowboys Stadium at 3:25 on Sunday to see if Jones can live up to his boast.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw told the Newark Star-Ledger the Giants "definitely" remember Jones' words.
"We take pride in the billboard postings and different things, which motivates our team," Bradshaw said. "We just use it all for motivation."
Of course, the Giants had their first opportunity to quiet Jones on Sept. 5 in their home stadium. The Cowboys came away with a 24-17 victory over the defending Super Bowl champions.
"Obviously Dallas beat us the first game of the season, so we are definitely looking for some get-back," safety Antrel Rolle told the Star-Ledge...