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  • Week 2 Game Day Chatter | Giants at Cowboys| 9-16-2018

    Looks like it is going to take me starting the chatter thread for us to win.

    And, [MENTION=15]pdom[/MENTION], don't be bringing up records for people starting chatter threads. I don't need facts clouding the thread.
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    so I think we win this game, but I dont know what it will mean for the offense being 'right'. It looks to be a work in progress, Dak a work in progress. The defense will be the strength for now. And that's fine, but unless the D can score, it will be a long year.
    defense wins championships

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    • #3
      God, I hate Sunday night games. Win or not it makes the Monday suck even more than normal.
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      • #4
        We manage to look a little better than last week but lose on a late 4th quarter td.
        Giants 24
        Cowboys 20
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        • #5
          Giants 21 Cowboys 12

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          • #6
            Okay, that's it. I'ma rebalance this shit.

            Cowboys - 21

            Giants - 13
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Iamtdg View Post
              Okay, that's it. I'ma rebalance this shit.

              Cowboys - 21

              Giants - 13
              I wish I believed.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Genghis Khan View Post
                I wish I believed.
                Yeah, I wish I did, too.
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                    • #11
                      Absolutely love the Sunday Night games and the only way it would be better is if we were worth being on there......
                      #Fire Garrett

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                      • #12


                        For those that might have him on their fantasy team.
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                        • #13
                          Eli vs Dak. Quien es more pathetic?
                          defense wins championships

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                              David Moore

                              Giants safety Landon Collins articulated what opponents do, but rarely say out loud: Do your best to stop Ezekiel Elliott and make quarterback Dak Prescott prove he can beat you. Prescott's response? "Challenge accepted," he said. This one should be fun. The Cowboys will score twice as many points as they did last week. That's progress. But when you have that far to go, it won't be enough. If you think this past week was bad at The Star, what will the mood be at 0-2 with a road game in Seattle on the horizon?

                              NY Giants, 20-16

                              Brandon George

                              Both teams are trying to avoid the dreaded 0-2 start, so this divisional game should be tight throughout. The Cowboys said before Sunday's game at Carolina that they would play with a chip on their shoulder, but it didn't appear that way. The offense was flat in the first half and too many mistakes compromised anything new that coordinator Scott Linehan might have had planned. The Giants will do everything to stop Ezekiel Elliott in this one and force Dak Prescott to beat them with his arm. The Cowboys' offense just didn't show enough in the opener to give you any confidence Prescott can get that done this time around.

                              NY Giants, 23-17

                              Jon Machota

                              The Cowboys have never started a season 0-2 under Jason Garrett. It's tough to go against that seven-year trend. After experiencing some success with their up-tempo offense in the second half last Sunday, the Cowboys utilize it early against the Giants. It allows Dak Prescott to find a rhythm, which ends up leading to his first 200-yard passing game since Week 15. Brett Maher gets himself on track, knocking down both field goals and both extra-point attempts. Chidobe Awuzie will finish the season with five interceptions. His first comes Sunday night off Eli Manning.

                              Cowboys, 20- 17

                              Kate Hairopoulos

                              Giants safety Landon Collins' comments this week about stopping Ezekiel Elliott and Dallas' running game and putting the ball in quarterback Dak Prescott's hands didn't come off as shade to me. The assessment was self-evident. Any one-dimensional team in the NFL is going to struggle. Both the Cowboys and New York need to get their offenses cranking this week after putting up a combined 23 points in their season openers. Both need to avoid a dreaded 0-2 start. New York will be able to limit Elliott enough, because Prescott and Co. aren't scaring anyone right now.

                              NY Giants, 21-17

                              Tim Cowlishaw

                              The Cowboys lost 16-8 to a team with minimal firepower beyond Cam Newton's ability to run. This was especially true after tight end Greg Olsen was lost before halftime. Having surely corrected the mistakes (isn't that what Jason Garrett teams do?), the Cowboys face a team that also lost its opener but can strike much quicker than the Panthers. Odell Beckham Jr. made his name with his famous one-handed grab against Brandon Carr as a rookie. He caught 11 passes last week. Rookie Saquon Barkley debuted with his first 100-yard game. The Cowboys may prevent a second, but the Giants have too many weapons compared to Dallas.

                              NY Giants, 24-14

                              Kevin Sherrington

                              First question you have to ask after the Carolina disaster: It couldn't get any worse, right? Playing at home, playing against a Giants team they've beaten three times in a row. Question is not so much how Barkley or Beckham can hurt them; it's how much the offense rebounds. Expect they won't make as many mistakes that put them behind the chains as consistently. If they can establish a running game, the offense works well enough. Do that, and the defense handles the rest.

                              Cowboys, 21-17

                              Jori Epstein

                              Sean Lee won't lead the Cowboys in missed tackles back-to-back weeks. He'll slow Giants star rookie running back and fellow Nittany Lion Saquon Barkley thanks to strong run D support from Dallas' defensive line. Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott's run-pass option will jell better than it did in Carolina. Prescott will back up his "challenge accepted" retort to Giants safety Landon Collins, who said he'd need to worry only about Zeke. And Elliott and Barkley will show their flashiness like they did in their October 2015 college matchup. After dropping five of their last seven home games in 2017, the Cowboys eke out a close one in Jerry World on Sunday Night Football.

                              Cowboys, 17-14
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