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Big Blue was torched along the outside all night long by Dallas wideouts Dez Bryant, Kevin Ogletree and Miles Austin.
After ranking a paltry 29th in total pass defense last season, the Giants allowed Tony Romo to complete 22-of-29 passes for three scores and nearly 300 yards.
Albeit, New York was a bit short-handed at cornerback. 2011 first-rounder Prince Amukamara was shelved with a high ankle sprain, and his replacement, fifth-year veteran Michael Coe, came up injured in the fourth quarter.
But, much to the chagrin of Giants fans, it was No. 1 corner Corey Webster who had the most pronounced struggles on Wednesday night. Webster allowed most of Bryant's 85 yards, and was gassed on a 40-yard touchdown to Ogletree in the third quarter.
Free safety Antrel Rolle and fourth-string DB Justin Tryon didn't fare much better against Ogletree either.
The Giants are 23rd in pass defense after Week 1 and will need to allay their problems in the secondary before things get out of hand.
What to Watch for on Sunday
Amukamara might slither into the starting lineup for Week 2, giving New York a much-needed touch-up on the outside.
But all eyes should be on Corey Webster, who will line up against former Pro Bowl WR Vincent Jackson.