New York Giants: Heroes and Zeros of Week 1 vs Dallas Cowboys

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New York Giants: Heroes and Zeros of Week 1 vs Dallas Cowboys
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We've all had a few days to think about the game from Wednesday night.

A game that saw the Dallas Cowboys march into MetLife Stadium and take a win from the New York Giants.

The Cowboys were the overall better team in the 24-17 victory, but by no means were they a juggernaut of a team.

The problem the Giants had was themselves and how they simply couldn't get out of their own way.

All week long, I've had a laundry list of things I've listed that the Giants need to fix and get better on before Week 2; the secondary, the offensive line, the short-yardage running game, third-down conversions.

I'm sure Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has told his team this during practices and meetings following the loss to the Cowboys.

Now, looking back at the game, let's figure out the best and worst of the Giants from Week 1; also known as the "Heroes and Zeroes."

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