Why the Dallas Cowboys Will Beat the New York Giants

Shawn SchultzCorrespondent IJanuary 8, 2008

It is hard to dispute facts, and the fact is that the Dallas Cowboys have already beaten the New York Giants twice this year. Here are some facts on why the Cowboys will beat them again on Sunday...

The Cowboys are averaging 38 points per game against the Giants this year.

The Cowboys are averaging 256 passing yards per game, while the Giants only average 197 passing yards per game.

The Cowboys are only allowing 20.3 points per game, while the Giants are allowing 21.9 points per game.

The Cowboys are only allowing 94.6 rushing yards per game, while the Giants are allowing 97.7 rushing yards per game.

The Cowboys have only turned the ball over 24 times this year, while the Giants have turned over the ball 34 times this year.

The Cowboys have forced 29 turnovers this year, while the Giants have only forced 25 turnovers this year....

So if you are into the facts and we all know that the facts do not lie, the Cowboys will beat the New York football Giants, sunday at texas stadium and move on to the nfc championship game.

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