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The Dallas Cowboys continue their dominance of their division rival, the New York Giants, with a convincing 49-17 win on Sunday. They took control early and never let up. The offense was fantastic. The defense was fantastic. And the special teams didn’t even need the services of KaVontae Turpin. Even Brandon Aubrey had it easy as he never attempted a field goal and was relegated to just kicking PATs. It was one of those blowouts that were fun to watch as we saw some of our biggest concerns fade a bit with impressive performances. Here are 10 thoughts on the victory over the Giants.

1. A SLIGHT TEASE

The Cowboys have this thing where they start off a little slow before kicking things into gear. On Sunday, they looked impressive on their first drive only to stall out at the two-yard-line. That was frustrating considering they had 1st-and-goal at the four-yard-line. On their next offensive possession, they went three-and-out. What was that about?

Not to worry though as the Cowboys scored touchdowns on four of their remaining drives in the first half to take a 28-0 lead. And just like the last time these two teams met, this one was over before intermission.

2. DAK CONTINUES TO ROLL

A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away there was a Cowboys quarterback that struggled to throw touchdown passes. Yep, that’s right. Dak Prescott just wasn’t finding the end zone. Things are much different now. In fact, it’s so different that it’s hard to imagine that Prescott averaged just one touchdown pass over his first six games this season. Over his last three, he’s now thrown a total of 11 touchdowns (3.7 TDs/game). The emergency brake has been released and Prescott is tearing it up. Against the Giants, he was 26/35 for 404 yards, including four passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. He was sensational.

3. CEEDEE THE SENSATIONALIST

Remember back when some people weren’t sure if the Cowboys’ young wide receiver was capable of taking on an alpha role in this wide receiver group? Geez, that seems downright silly to think about now. Not only is Lamb a clear WR1, but he’s manifeeadiness for groups of varying sizes and points of origin for the protests. 

Other pro-Palestine protests in the city over the past couple months have drawn between 1,000 and 5,000 people.

‘We’re prepared for them in any number,’ Hart said. ‘We’re prepared for different groups from different places, and we will make sure this event stays safe.’





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