• A look at how the Cowboys and Giants match up

    Summary of 26 articles · Updated Oct 29, 2012
    Here is a look at how both teams match up: Yet in the end, the Cowboys still had a chance to beat the Giants. But the Cowboys have to find a way to move on without him. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has thrown nine interceptions in his last two games at Cowboys Stadium with four coming in Sunday’s 29-24 loss to the New York Giants. It took the Cowboys allowing a 23-0 lead by the Giants before Dallas' furious comeback, and a very close call to essentially end the game, before the G-Men could walk out of Cowboys Stadium with their fourth straight win in Jerry Jones' palace. At this point I can hear you saying that a great team would have put the Cowboys away easily on Sunday, rather than having to hold on to win 29-24 after taking an early 23-0 lead. And you might be right. Tony Romo completed 13 of 26 passes for 187 yards and three picks in the first 30 minutes of the game, and even when Romo's offense was able to establish a few drives in the second quarter, this looked like business as usual for what has been the NFL's most frustrating team over the last few seasons.
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    • A look at the Cowboys’ keys to victory in their game against the Giants

      It was not too long ago when the Cowboys went up to northern New Jersey and defeated the New York Giants 24-17. But a lot has changed since that Sept. 5 season opener. The Giants, not the Cowboys, now sit alone atop the NFC East standings. Dallas lineba…
  • Stephen Jones: Tony Romo is Cowboys QB of the future; ‘Tony’s going to be just fine’

    Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has thrown nine interceptions in his last two games at Cowboys Stadium with four coming in Sunday’s 29-24 loss to the New York Giants. The franchise quarterback that has never tossed more than 19 picks in a season is on pac
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      The Dallas Cowboys' defense was excellent Sunday. Not just good -- excellent. I know that sounds silly to say after a team gives up 29 points, but if you look at what the defense actually did when it was on the field, you have to be impressed. The Cowbo…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Analysis: Tony Romo with another Jekyll/Hyde showing; Cowboys continue to toy with fans

      ARLINGTON — The Cowboys were down 23-0 and rallied to score 24 unanswered. But it was not enough, falling to the New York Giants 29-24 Sunday at Cowboys Stadium. Here are my five thoughts on the Cowboys dropping to 3-4 on the season. 1. It’s amazing h
    • Tony Romo the butt of jokes during first-half meltdown: ‘If I was a Cowboys fan in the stands watching Romo I’d start a Tebo

      This just in: Tony Romo had a pretty terrible first half against the Giants. At one point, he threw three interceptions in a span of five attempts, one of which was returned for a touchdown by the Giants’ Jason Pierre-Paul. During Romo’s struggles, a
  • Coughlin: Cowboys’ clock was stuck on one second

    Giants coach Tom Coughlin hinted after Sunday’s game that the Cowboys may have been aided by a hometown clock operator. In his post-game press conference, Coughlin indicated that he thought the Cowboys got an extra second, and therefore an extra play, a
  • NFL morning after: A wild win for the best Giants team yet

    The Giants have won two Super Bowls with Tom Coughlin, Eli Manning and Co., and they’ve had three other playoff appearances since Coughlin became the coach and Manning became the franchise quarterback. But they haven’t had a team as good as this one.
    • Giants-Cowboys: Giants’ Offense Struggled in Win over Dallas

      When a team scores one offensive touchdown, it usually loses. But the Giants relied on five field goals from Lawrence Tynes and a Jason Pierre-Paul interception return for a touchdown to barely hang on in their 29-24 victory against the Cowboys. For mos…
  • Giants Collect Six Cowboys Turnovers; Rally for Wild 29-24 Win in Dallas

    Would you have it any other way? The Giants never seem to take the easy way out, and Sunday in Dallas vs the Cowboys, they seemed to have it all going their way, only to have to scramble at the end for a thrilling 29-24 win over their rivals to get to 6…
    Source: giantsgab.com
    • Season Fading Fast as Cowboys Fall to Giants in Heartbreaker 29-24

      Six turnovers. Down at one point 23-0. Yet in the end, the Cowboys still had a chance to beat the Giants. The problem is, the team that many felt were ready to unseat the Giants for the top spot in the NFC East once again came up short, as it was a game…
  • Cowboys lose to Giants despite scoring 24 straight points, near game-winner from Dez Bryant

    - The Dallas Cowboys have overcome 21-point deficits to win games twice in their long and storied history. They have never scored 24 unanswered points to win a game, and following Sunday afternoon's 29-24 loss to the New York Giants ... well, they still…
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Giants 29, Cowboys 24

      ARLINGTON, Texas —- The New York Giants love to make things hard on themselves, blowing a 23-0 second-quarter lead and needing one final defensive stop -- and a near game-winning touchdown catch by Dez Bryant with six seconds left -- before escaping wit
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      After the first few minutes of Sunday’s game between the Giants and Cowboys, it seemed like the Cowboys would be a lot more than a few inches away from beating the Giants. As it turns out, that’s exactly how close they came. Dez Bryant made what appea
    • Giants Win Exciting See-Saw Battle vs Cowboys, Advance to 6-2

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      The Cowboys looked like they were on the ropes when they fell behind 23-0 early in the second quarter against the Giants, but they may have been just borrowing the rope-a-dope strategy from Muhammad Ali. They’ve scored 24 straight points to grab a 24-23
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      When last we left the Cowboys (it wasn’t that long ago), they had two turnovers and the Giants had a 13-0 lead with more than three minutes to go in the first quarter. It’s now less than two minutes into the second quarter and those qualify has the go
    • Cowboys get off to a rough start against Giants

      If the Cowboys are hoping to get the crowd fired up on Sunday afternoon, they should probably focus a bit more on their play and a bit less on flashy scoreboard graphics. Tony Romo was intercepted on each of the team’s first two possessions and the Gian
    • Giants vs Cowboys — Matchups to Watch

      The New York Football Giants will head out to Dallas to face the Cowboys in a rematch of week 1. Can the Giants go into Dallas and win again? DE Jason Pierre-Paul/DE Osi Umenyiora vs T Tyron Smith Smith, who got the best of Pierre-Paul and Umenyiora the…
      Source: giantsgab.com
    • The Playbook: Giants (5-2) at Dallas Cowboys (3-3)

      Jerry Jones may be the only person who thinks the Cowboys are going to kick the Giants’ butts. The Cowboys have been pulling their annual act of self-destruction with turnovers and penalties while head coach Jason Garrett has been under the gun for his
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      It had been a few hours since we had an item about a Ryan brother running his mouth, so it’s a good thing we saw Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s comments about the way the Giants have talked about his team. Ryan says that the Giants didn’t
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    John Mara says a team must have three things in place to have success in the NFL. - “The right general manager, the right head coach and the right quarterback.” “Everything else,” he said in a telephone conversation last week, “flows from ther

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