The New York Football Giants christen newly named AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX for a prime time contest with the rival Dallas Cowboys. The visitors have a 4-0 record in the new home field of the Cowboys, which first opened in 2009.
Despite the fact that New York won 29-24 in Texas last season, statistically, the Dallas dominated the game. The Cowboys committed six turnovers, including four interceptions by quarterback Tony Romo which sealed their fate.
Dallas has question marks along the offensive line, as well as in the secondary, but high flying receiver tandem, Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, along with tight end Jason Witten, give Romo the ability to spread the ball around and take what the defense gives him.
As far as the injury report, the Cowboys come into the game relatively healthy as well, with only defensive end Anthony Spencer, unlikely to play as a starter.
The Cowboys lead the all-time series against the Giants with a 57-42-2 record since Dallas entered the league in 1960. New York has a 17-10 advantage over Dallas since the 2000 season began, however.