New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, Week 1

New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys in NFC East Rivalry on Sunday

The NFC East is one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL. This season The Dallas Cowboys start the season with a rookie quarterback as they host the New York Giants in their opener on Sunday. The Giants have lost five of their last six games against the Cowboys, but managed to win the final meeting between the teams last season. The Dallas Cowboys are 1-point underdogs for Sunday’s season opener. The Dallas Cowboys will start rookie Dak Prescott at quarterback this Sunday afternoon at 4:25 PM ET, on FOX when they kick off the 2016 regular season in Arlington at AT&T Stadium against the New York Giants. 

The New York Giants had a 6-10 win-loss record last season partially because of their defense, which gave up the most yards in the league. The Giants now have a rookie head coach Ben McAdoo. He was promoted from offensive coordinator to replace Tom Coughlin, and McAdoo has already proved capable of getting good results from QB Eli Manning.  The offense is still intact with Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr., who’s one of the top receivers in the league. The health of the defense has been a concern though. That’s where they focused their offseason efforts with the additions of Janoris Jenkins, Damon Harrison and Eli Apple

The Dallas Cowboys had a 4-12 win-loss record last season, with an injured Tony Romo. Rpmo is out once again with a back injury. That puts rookie Dak Prescott under the spotlight and another rookie, Ezekiel Elliott, will line up behind him at running back. The Cowboys still have a tremendous offensive line, but it’ll have to survive without Romo, which they struggled with last season. Top Sports Blog sees that this game has lots of unknowns and could go either way.

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New York Giants at Miami Dolphins, Week 14


Giants try to snap a three-game skid against Miami Dolphins

Even though both the Miami Dolphins and the New York Giants are 5-7 heading into the final quarter of the season, they are still both alive in their respective conference playoff races. The game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Giants is scheduled to take place on Monday, December 14, 2015, at 8:30 p.m. ET at Sun Life Stadium. The matchup will be broadcast on ESPN.

The New York Giants that don’t have a particularly good offense, have arguably the best receiver in the league right now.  Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.makes catches that just shouldn’t be humanly possible. He has five straight 100+ yard games and at least one touchdown in four of the five. So far Beckham has 78 catches, 1,154 yards and a team-leading 10 touchdowns, and he leads the world in one-handed catches. The real variable though, is how bad the Giants are on defense. They’ve allowed a ton of passing touchdowns this year to seemingly every opponent.

The Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is likely going to throw a pick in this game and he’s probably throwing a touchdown as well. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry will make some plays, but the rest of the passing game is likely to be pretty dull. The Miami Dolphins defense pretty much can’t stop much on offense. They rank No. 22 in the league against the pass and No. 30 against the rush. They give up an average of 25.0 points per game, a number which includes giving up at least 33 points three times since the start of November. Miami’s pass defense is woeful at 255.6 yards per game, so it’s clear that Eli Manning is going to have another one of these games where he puts the ball in the air at least 35-40 times. That’s all good news for Beckham.

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New York Giants at Buffalo Bills in Week 4 on Sunday


Bills prepared to have hands full as Victor Cruz is expected to return for the Giants

The New York Giants avoided a fourth quarter meltdown and may have gotten in the win column last Thursday night against the Washington Redskins, but their task is much tougher this Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills routed division rival Miami last week and it looked like an easy win for them. The match between the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills will be at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 4, 2015, at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The game will be broadcasted on FOX.

The New York Giants looked better offensively in its win over the Washington Redskins. Wide receiver Reuben Randle had seven catches and led all receivers with 116 yards and a touchdown in the 32-21 win over Washington. Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. pulled down seven balls for 79 yards and a touchdown.  If New York gets wide receiver Victor Cruz back in the lineup as soon as Sunday, it will give Eli Manning another reliable target. This was the best game for Manning so far this season. Manning  threw for 279 yards completing 71.9 percent of his passes.

The Buffalo Bills offense seem to go as starting quarterback Tyron Taylor goes, which has been a good thing in their wins. Taylor is in his first year as a starter in the league and the Giants may put pressure on the young quarterback to cause him to make mistakes. Taylor did well last week and threw three touchdown passes with no turnovers in their 41-14 win over the Miami Dolphins. However, the Bills haven’t been very impressive defensively in the passing game so far. Two weeks ago Tom Brady riddled the Bills for 466 yards and three scores while the Pats put up 40 points.

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