Feb 7, 2012; New York, NY, USA; New York Giants fans hold up a sign in reference to head coach Tom Coughlin (not pictured) during the Super Bowl XLVI victory celebration in downtown Manhattan. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Mills/THE STAR-LEDGER via US PRESSWIRE

Saturday Night Blitz with Lindsay

GMENHQ is dedicated to provide you, our readers, with the most passionate, real, opinionated, and timely Giants coverage around. A new feature starting this week will be our Saturday Night Blitz with Lindsay. Each Saturday night Lindsay will provide us with her witty and sometimes satirical thoughts, emotions, and feelings entering the next days match-up. This week we get her views on the Giants versus Cowboys….

September 18, 2011; San Francisco, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the sidelines before the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park. Dallas defeated San Francisco 27-24 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE

Week 8 and it’s already time in the season to head into Texas to the most obnoxious stadium in the nation, Jerry Jones’ $1.2 billion dollar Cowboys’ kingdom. Maybe it’s the price tag of the stadium and all the hype surrounding it that has caused our New York Giants to be undefeated in Arlington, but either way the Giants winning streak can definitely continue this Sunday. In the scheme of the schedule Dallas really shouldn’t be that big of a worry for the Gmen when Pittsbrugh and Green Bay are just around the corner.

Yeah, big blue lost the opener vs. Dallas due to DeMarco Murray’s 129 rushing yards and the (impressive)

Oct 7, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants running back David Wilson (22) returns Cleveland Browns kick during the second half at MetLife Stadium. New York Giants defeat the Cleveland Browns 41-27. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

Ogletree/Romo collaborative efforts against the Giants. NY will be able to capitalize on the potential absence of Murray being the leading rusher for Dallas who has a sprained foot. Offensively, Eli Manning needs to have the coverage that the Giants have shown to be capable of which will hopefully erase the memory of the three sacks on Eli from the week one meeting. I look forward to the Giants changing their reputation as a team that only plays well in the clutch; they need these wins in the beginning of the season so they don’t have to scramble in the end for a playoff spot. Keep up the good work Giants!

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