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The Dallas Cowgirls are on the road this week against the Giants in an NFC East divisional match-up that will be a good test for two teams that, so far, have shown to be in the realm of organizations that could be considered play-off contenders. The Giants are 2-0 so far this season, having beaten both the Titans and the Panthers 21-20 and 19-16, respectively. Saquon seems to be a lot closer to what we all saw in his entrance to the league, and Daniel Jones has kept been competent enough to not take them out of games completely. The Cowboys, on the other hand, are 1-1 after a week one loss to the Buccaneers (3-19) and a week two win against the Bengals (20-17) with Cooper Rush stepping in for the injured Dak Prescott for the second week in a row. There’s no doubt in my mind Jerry Jones is sweating this game profusely through his decrepit, wrinkled skin.
Let’s get something straight: neither of these teams has really proven that they’re capable of doing anything beyond mediocre this season. The Cowboys got pooped on by the Buccs, and say what you will about the Bengals, but they’re just not nearly as competitive as anyone thought they would be. The Giants have a little bit more to be excited about, though. Sure, they haven’t played any major competition, but there’s life in this team that hasn’t been seen in years. Saquon’s averaging 118 yards on the ground per game (yes, I know we’re only through two weeks), and their defense has been solid enough that a Cooper Rush-led offense is not exactly what anyone with a few brain cells would call “intimidating.” I’d predict a low scoring, tight game that sees the Giants come home with a victory that propels them to a 3-0 record and re-emphasizes that Ezekiel Elliot isn’t an all-star running back. Use your $5 bet to take the Giants moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!