- Dallas Cowboys visit the New York Giants in an NFL classic.
- The Cowboys are near the top of the NFC conference, seeking to improve their record.
- Meanwhile, the Giants are without their QB, Daniel Jones.
After slowing down, the Cowboys are heating up again, intending to stay like that until the end of the regular part of the season. The schedule isn’t very smooth, but they are still pushing well.
The Giants, on the other side, are out of the NFC playoff picture but have a big motive to take down the great rivals and complicate their position.
Cowboys vs Giants Schedule
- Where: MetLife Stadium, New York, New York
- When: Sunday, December 19, 1 pm ET
- How to Watch: FOX
Dallas On the Road Again
The Cowboys will play their third consecutive road game in New York. The previous two ended in their favor, triumphing in New Orleans vs Saints, and in DC against the Football Team. Mike McCarthy’s unit is now after the third straight victory, which would pretty much secure the NFC East title.
Dallas was up 24-0 at halftime in Washington, looking unstoppable and ferocious. But like so many times before, they would commit several mistakes, slow down and allow the hosts to come to within one possession. In the end, it was 27-20 for the Cowboys, who saved their skin in the last couple of minutes.
Dak had 211 yards with a TD and two picks. That sole scoring pass went to Amari Cooper, while Dorance Armstrong delivered the other one, returning a fumble for 37 yards.
Jones Out, Giants Without a Chance
Daniel Jones is still recovering from his neck injury, visiting doctors across the Big Apple. It appears that he won’t be coming back for this game, and if the Giants are smart enough, they will keep him away from the field until the rest of the season. Why risk the starting QB in events that have no competitive motive.
NYG had a nasty schedule with three of the previous four games on the road and losing all of them. The most recent one was in LA, where Chargers posted a 37-21 triumph over the guests who had Mike Glennon as the starting QB. He performed well with 191 yards, two touchdown passes, and one interception. Glennon would also run for one more score.
The Giants rushing defense wasn’t up to the task, allowing Chargers 152 yards on the ground. Though the hosts had 37 carries, focusing on breaking the rivals in this area of play.
Head to Head – Dallas Won the First Meeting
The Cowboys were victorious at home, beating the Giants 44-20. Overall, they have eight wins in the past nine events against the Giants.
NFL Picks Today
The Cowboys are coming to New York to execute a seasonal sweep over the Giants, who are in a very bad position. With all due respect to all those available players on their roster, they simply don’t stand any chances against Dak and his crew. No need to overthink in this case; the guests will win.
- Dallas Wins
NFL Week 15 Predictions/Picks:
Thursday Night Football This Week (Dec 16)
- Chiefs vs Chargers - 8:20pm EST
Saturday Football This Week (Dec 18)
NFL Sunday Picks (Dec 19)
- Cardinals vs Lions - 1:00pm EST
- Panthers vs Bills - 1:00pm EST
- Cowboys vs Giants - 1:00pm EST
- Texans vs Jaguars - 1:00pm EST
- Jets vs Dolphins - 1:00pm EST
- Titans vs Steelers - 1:00pm EST
- WFT vs Eagles - 1:00pm EST
- Falcons vs 49ers - 4:05pm EST
- Bengals vs Broncos - 4:05pm EST
- Packers vs Ravens - 4:25pm EST
- Seahawks vs Rams - 4:25pm EST
- Saints vs Buccaneers - 8:20pm EST
Monday Night Football Predictions (Dec 20)
- Vikings vs Bears - 8:15pm EST