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The Giants have surprisingly started the season 2-0 and can stay undefeated against their Division rivals.
The Brian Daboll era in New York has got off to a great start and Big Blue can take advantage of a Cowboys side still missing quarterback Dak Prescott.
While the wins over Tennessee in Week 1 and Carolina in Week 2 only came by a total of four points, the Giants are clearly finding a way under Daboll.
Both of those teams won in Week 3, suggesting that the strength of those wins is perhaps better than originally given credit for.
Daboll hasn’t turned quarterback Daniel Jones into the new version of Josh Allen – the passer he had so much success with in Buffalo – but the Giants have managed to put together game winning drives in both games this season.
Cowboys backup Cooper Rush had success moving the ball against Cincinnati last week, but on the road in front of what should be a rabid New Jersey crowd, things will likely be different.
The Giants defence under new co-ordinator Wink Martindale has been blitz heavy – they have sent five or more at the third highest rate in the league – and that can cause trouble for a Cowboys offensive line lacking experience and quality.
New York has been particularly good on third down, allowing conversions only 21.74% of the time, the top team in the league. That is a concern for a Dallas offence currently rated 31st in this scenario.
In what should be a tight game, home field advantage and the confidence from back to back wins should be enough for the Giants.
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Barkley was dynamic in Week 1 with 164 rushing yards and while he was a little quieter last week against the Panthers quality defensive line, it is clear that Daboll plans to get Barkley – far and away the Giants leading skill player – the ball as much as possible.
Under is a strong lean in this game with both teams considerably more effective on the defensive side of the ball.
Peyton who? Peyton Hendershot is the third tight end on the Cowboys roster and with an injury cloud over Dalton Schultz, Hendershot should see more of the field this week, especially if the ‘Boys maintain their high usage of two tight end personnel packages.
The Indiana product did record a score in the pre-season.