Kickoff Time and Network: Sunday, Nov. 23 at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN
The Cowboys have won back-to-back games over the Giants in New York, scoring 66 points in the process. The law of averages dictates that could change this year, because these teams are too close in talent for Dallas to win three straight at MetLife.
I don't know what sort of pressure the Giants will get on Tony Romo now that half of the defensive line has left town, but I think New York's D might be more prepared than ever to deal with Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Jason Witten. The key could be that revamped secondary, which is deep enough to hold that dangerous Dallas passing game in check.
If that can happen and Eli Manning can bounce back a tad against a beatable defense that ranked dead last in the NFL last season, the Giants should prevail at home.
Prediction: Giants 24, Cowboys 21
The Cowboys are coming off a bye here, so it's dangerous. Predicting both of these Giants-Cowboys games is tough, but New York still makes more sense at home, especially considering it didn't have to travel the week before.