How New York Giants Can Shut Down Dallas Cowboys' Biggest Weapons

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How New York Giants Can Shut Down Dallas Cowboys' Biggest Weapons
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New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

As the New York Giants begin their 2012 campaign tonight at the Meadowlands, the team has several questions it must begin to answer.

Sure, Big Blue is coming off a Super Bowl championship that gave fans flashbacks of 2007. However, it's important to remember this team finished the regular season with a 9-7 record a year ago, and was six inches away from Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo completing a touchdown pass to Miles Austin in Week 14 that would have effectively ended Big Blue's season.

Tonight is the beginning of a team-oriented vendetta against all the rigorous detractors that call last year a fluke. While the Giants certainly did catch a few breaks in 2011, this is an immensely talented roster that is on the precipice of a dynasty. With that, tonight's game against the divisional rival Dallas Cowboys will go a long way in determining Big Blue's repeat chances.

Let's take a look at a few of Dallas' biggest weapons, and how the Giants will go about shutting them down.

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