New York Giants: Previewing Each NFC East Team

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Oct 19, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) and guard Ronald Leary (65) and tackle Tyron Smith (77) and running back DeMarco Murray (29) in game action against the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium. Dallas beat New York 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys 11-5

The Cowboys have the best offensive line in football, a quarterback that can make big time plays and one of the most prolific offensive attacks in the NFL. The Cowboys got better on defense with the additions of Randy Gregory and even more importantly Byron Jones in the 2015 NFL Draft. The return of Sean Lee will be a big time boost to the Cowboys defense. The Cowboys are the team at the top of the mountain and they’ll be that team until somebody knocks them off of it.

Lance Dunbar and Darren McFadden could be a really potent one-two punch in the backfield. The fact that the Cowboys didn’t draft a running back in a deep running back class, speaks to their faith in the two rushers. Romo has plenty of help on the offense and when that is the case, he is a pretty lethal quarterback to go up against. With Dez Bryant being one of the best players in the whole league the Cowboys offense can always make a big play.

The Cowboys got better in the offseason and they were already good. If the referees ruled that Bryant caught that ball against the Packers, the Cowboys very well could have gone on to win the Super Bowl. There is no doubting that the Cowboys will replicate their success of the previous season if their key players remain healthy. We have to admit that the Giants fiercest rival is a pretty good football team.

The Cowboys match up favorably against the Giants if we are being honest. Their great offensive line negates the Giants pass rush significantly. The Cowboys put up points when they play the Giants, at least they have in recent years. The Giants and the Cowboys both have a shot to win the division. Hopefully the Giants prevail. But when a tough task lies ahead of you talk is cheap. The Giants have to prove it first and they very well could.

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