1. Dak Prescott struggles in primetime
Prescott's interception over/under this weekend is 0.5, with the odds above even that he will throw a pick. The sportsbooks expect a pick to be thrown, as they should, considering Dak was tied for the lead league with 15 interceptions last season despite playing just 12 games. He also threw two picks in Dallas' NFC Divisional Round loss to San Francisco.
If the Cowboys received below-average quarterback play, they would've beaten San Francisco. But they received straight awful quarterback play and failed to make the NFC Championship for the 27th straight season.
The Cowboys let Zeke Elliott go this offseason and moved Tony Pollard up to the starter role. Dallas doesn't have a complementary back to Pollard on the roster, which will force Pollard to play all three downs, a job he is not suited for. That will put even more pressure on Prescott.
I could see two scenarios playing out on Sunday, both of which will end badly for Prescott. Scenario one, Dak tries to show out and prove to Jerry Jones he made a mistake trading for Trey Lance, forcing the ball into harm's way, leading to some easy picks for the Giants defense. In scenario two, Dak is gun-shy, afraid he will throw interceptions, and doesn't take shots down the field. In both scenarios, the Giants beat the Cowboys.