Found October 29, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
To write a column that properly captures all of the events of yesterday at Cowboys Stadium would be impossible. That is more than enough content for an entire book. In many ways, it seemed like there were 3 different games that occurred between the hours of 3:00 and 7:00 on Sunday afternoon. Some might even argue that the game was a microcosm of the present era of Dallas Cowboys football. And I think they might be on to something there. Yesterday, the foe of all foes visited town for their annual trip which generally ends in a victory. In fact, of their last 6 trips to North Texas, 5 of them ended with a similar strain of Giants smiles and a Cowboys' disaster site. The specifics vary, and surely the details of the 2012 incident will stick out like a sore thumb for a while, but the consistent strain remains largely the same - up and down the roster, the Giants are better. Not miles and miles better, but enough to win in the end. The Cowboys certainly assisted in their own d...
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