2. Josh Dobbs is the Cardinals starting QB
Now, with the utmost amount of respect for Josh Dobbs, there's no chance the Giants can lose to a QB of his caliber. Dobbs is a great guy, don't get us wrong, but realistically he isn't a starting QB. This is something the Giants just have to take advantage of in this week's game.
In his three career starts, Dobbs has completed 61 of his 98 pass attempts for 543 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions while fumbling a ridiculous seven times. We already mentioned how good the Giants' defense looked against Prescott, so it's fun to imagine what they'd do to a QB of Dobbs's caliber.
One thing the defense must do better, though, is rushing the passer. If the pass-rush can make Dobbs panic early on, the Giants could force him to make some mistakes and possibly turn the ball over. This would give New York all the momentum they need to take over the game similar to how the Cowboys did last week.
Dobbs is prone to making mistakes and the Cardinals offense is not going to help him out. They failed to score an offensive touchdown last week and this is something the Giants' defense MUST take advantage of if they wish to win.