1. The Giants record the upset win and make a statement
This of course is going to be easier said than done, but we have a feeling that the Giants will be the ones doing the celebrating in East Rutherford late Sunday night. The key additions on both sides of the ball are going to make a monumental difference for Daboll. It feels like it could be a special showing for Waller.
He very well may end up being the No. 1 target for Jones against the Cowboys. Waller was added to the injury report on Friday with a hamstring injury - he's questionable, but the belief is that he'll be good to go. If Waller does suit up, which we expect, it would be fantastic to see him and Jones showcase the chemistry they've been working on so much.
Also, don't forget about Saquon Barkley. He didn't play in the preseason, but No. 26 is fresh and ready to remind everyone of how great he can be. Barkley is coming off a year in which he posted career-highs in both rushing yards and touchdowns. People can't wait to see what he'll be able to do against the Cowboys. With all that said, we're going with the Giants to come away with a 27-21 victory.