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    Can The Cowboys Continue Their Recent Dominance Of The Giants?

    This Sunday, the Cowboys travel to New Jersey to take on their rival Giants in their season finale.

    Both teams have been disappointing at times this year, but the Cowboys are playing some of the best football they have all season over the last four weeks. And despite combining for just 11 wins, both the Cowboys and Giants have a chance to finish as a division champion.

    In order to earn that hat and t-shirt, the Cowboys will need to first defeat the led Giants, something they've had no trouble doing in recent seasons. Since Jones was drafted, the Cowboys are actually an undefeated 3-0 against the Giants, including a 37-34 victory back in October of 2020.

    But the Cowboys dominance of the Giants predates Daniel Jones. The Cowboys are 7-0 against New York since being swept by them during 's rookie season in 2016, and have lost just four times to the Giants since 2012. Dallas Cowboys: 5 Players to Watch vs Giants 1

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    Of course the Giants have had just about nothing but down years since their run in 2011, but even Washington has found ways to compete with the Cowboys in ways the Giants simply haven't over the last decade.

    To call this a one sided is an understatement, but can Dallas continue this trend on Sunday?

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    This Giants has been putrid for much of the season, ranking 30th in EPA/play and 29th in dropback EPA/play. loves to run the ball and control the clock, but without the dominant he once had in Dallas, he hasn't seen the same success with the Giants. And when forced to pass, Daniel Jones has been a turnover machine.

    Defensively, new Joe Judge and Patrick Graham have helped the team make major strides. They have a stud at each level of their , including and . The Dallas offense had no trouble moving the ball on them back in October, however, even after Dak Prescott went down.

    The Cowboys are rightfully favored slightly on Sunday, but this is going to be a tight game throughout. If Dallas can put together a complete four quarters, like they have the last three weeks, they could cap off their regular season with a win.

    And, of course, give themselves a chance to win the East with some help on Sunday night.

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    Kevin Brady
    Kevin Bradyhttps://kevinrobertbrady.wordpress.com
    Die-hard Cowboys fan from the Northeast, so you know I am here to defend the 'boys whenever necessary. Began writing for a WordPress Cowboys Blog, and have been with ITS since 2016.

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