The Dallas Cowboys are preparing to begin the 2015 season with the New York Giants coming to town on Sunday. And overall, it appears as though their cautious approach throughout training camp has paid off.

Tony Romo had his usual Romo Wednesday. He returned to practice Thursday and appears to be entering the 2015 season as healthy as he has been the last couple of years.

Dez Bryant, Zack Martin, Danny McCray and Brandon Weeden were listed as full practice participants throughout the entire week.

Anthony Hitchens, James Hanna, Devin Street and J.J. Wilcox were limited participants on Wednesday and returned to full participants Thursday and Friday.

Jordan Mills was limited on Thursday and also returned to full participation on Friday.

With the Cowboys having only player meetings and final game planning left to go it should be all hands on deck for Sunday night.

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As for the New York Giants–not so lucky. It all started when Jason Pierre-Paul believed he had superhero powers. When in fact, he should have been memorizing “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen, before playing with fireworks.

The Giants then had to place offensive tackle Will Beatty on the Reserve/Physically Unable to perform list.

And, on Friday, the Giants then announced that linebacker Jon Beason and wide receiver Victor Cruz would not be available for Sunday night’s game.

Linebacker Jonathan Casillas, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins, and defensive end Owa Odighizuwa are listed as probable for Sunday night’s opener.