Giants vs. Cowboys: 6 Things We Learned from New York's 37-34 Win

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Giants vs. Cowboys: 6 Things We Learned from New York's 37-34 Win
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Wow. Another deficit, another comeback by New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Has there been a better quarterback in the fourth quarter this season?

No. End of story. (Looking at you, Tim Tebow fans.)

Manning has the best fourth-quarter numbers of any quarterback this season, proving why he is the Giants MVP—perhaps even a sleeper candidate for NFL MVP depending on how they and the Packers finish.

Down 34-22 with 5:52 left, Manning engineered yet another stunning comeback, aided by a rare stop from the defense that wasn't much of a stop.

You could say the Giants got lucky, but Tony Romo had been inaccurate all day and—with a chance to end the game—he over-threw Miles Austin on a go route with just under three minutes remaining.

The Giants forced a three-and-out, and with 2:12 remaining you could almost see it coming.

Here are five things we learned from Sunday night's incredible victory.

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