New York Giants: 3 Reasons To Worry About Dallas Cowboys

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Oct 11, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy (76) gets a hold of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) for an incomplete pass at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants have another critical game against a divisional foe this weekend. The Giants are looking to rebound after their 27-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys haven’t been the same team since Tony Romo and Dez Bryant went down. Brandon Weeden has been a disaster and the Cowboys are turning to Matt Cassell in their desperation.

It may seem like an easy win on Sunday but the Giants will have their work cut out for them. The Cowboys still have a dominant offensive line, a solid rushing attack and a decent pass rush. The Cowboys are still the team that the Giants have lost 5 straight games to. The Giants may not have to play Tony Romo but the Cowboys are still a division rival. They are a division rival that knows how to beat the Giants.

I’m not saying the Giants are going to lose this game. On paper the Giants should win at home without Tony Romo or Dez Bryant in the game. But here are three reasons to worry about the Cowboys game.

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