NY Giants vs. Cowboys Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

The Giants need a miracle this weekend going up against the Cowboys in Arlington

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After all the adversity the NY Giants have had to battle in recent days, they've got to keep their head up and try to get ready for a rivalry showdown with the Dallas Cowboys. The Giants will start either Matt Barkley or Tommy DeVito on Sunday,

The Cowboys are coming off a tough loss to the Eagles, but they surely remember the 40-0 spanking they handed the G-Men Week 1. Will a miraculous upset win be on the way for Brian Daboll and Co.? In this piece, we've got you covered with everything you need to know leading up to kickoff.

What time is the NY Giants vs. Cowboys game on Sunday?

This will be another late kickoff - but not in primetime - for the G-Men, as they're all set to battle with Dallas at 4:25 p.m. ET. AT&T Stadium is set to be packed, as Dallas fans will try to do their part in helping out the home side.

What channel is the NY Giants vs. Cowboys game on?

This meeting will be broadcast nationally on FOX - you can also stream it on the FOX sports app. Additional streaming options include fubo.TV, NFL+, YouTube Primetime and YouTube TV.

How to listen to the NY Giants game on the radio

TV of course isn't the only way for you to follow the action from start to finish, as you can also stay caught up via the radio. Options include WFAN in New York on 660AM and 101.9 FM.

NY Giants vs. Cowboys betting odds

The oddsmakers don't think the Giants have a prayer in this one, as Dallas enters Week 10 as 16.5-point favorites, with -1500 moneyline odds to post a win. Dak Prescott and Co. will hope to put on a show this weekend.

Note: Keep in mind that betting odds are subject to change leading up to kickoff.

Latest NY Giants injury update ahead of the Cowboys game

As you all know by now, Daniel Jones is out for the rest of the season with his ACL tear. On the offensive line, Andrew Thomas is doing just fine with his hamstring problem and he'll be good to go to take on Dallas. Right tackle Evan Neal is dealing with an ankle injury - it's up in the air if he'll be able to play.