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Thanksgiving is my second favorite holiday because it’s as American as they come. It’s a day of coming together to celebrate taking what’s not yours and pretending to give a damn about the Detroit Lions as your non-binary cousin pretends like they don’t benefit from the same privileges of a mass genocide that you do. It’s your Aunt’s pumpkin pie over your Uncle’s opinion on Biden’s border policy and vigorously patting your hands dry on a hand towel that says there’s no place like home. To have the Cowboys host the Giants on turkey day feels right. Is there anything more American than the Cowboys not living up to expectations and the Giants overachieving theirs? The Cowboys and Giants both have a 7-3 record. Dallas is in second place in the NFC East because of the head-to-head tiebreaker, but whoever wins this Sunday will overtake the other in the standings. What’s interesting is that Dallas comes into this game as a heavy favorite after only beating New York by a touchdown when these teams met in week three (albeit without Dak Prescott). Why?
In case SportsCenter hasn’t talked your ear off enough about it, Dallas has an elite defense. The 174.5 passing yards a game that Dallas gives up is good for first in the NFL, and Micah Parsons and company recorded 7 sacks against the Vikings last week. You would have thought it was an Alabama Thanksgiving the way they were rolling around with Cousins all afternoon. Dallas’ 42 sacks lead the NFL, and it appears that offensively they’ve finally figured out the whole Tony Pollard is a much better back than Ezekiel Elliott thing because Pollard has 326 rushing yards and six total touchdowns over his last three games. The Cowboys defend the pass and run the ball very well, and even the biggest Cowboys hater (my Father) could tell you that Dak has looked impressive since he’s returned.
And guess what? Don’t buy it. The Giants weren’t supposed to be in the NFC East champion conversation by this point in the season, and they’re still here. New York’s grit has them 7-3 ATS, and they’ve notched impressive wins against the Titans, Packers, and Ravens on their way. The Giants, 3-1 on the road this season, fell to a suddenly-hot Lions team at home on Sunday, as Detroit running back Jamaal Williams ran for a career-high three touchdowns. Was it great? No, but freak losses happen, and Dallas has one of the worst run defenses in the league, so you can count on Saquon Barkley running for more than 22 yards. On average, the Cowboys allow 136.1 rushing yards a game. For a team that runs the ball 51.69% of the time, New York is a matchup nightmare for Dallas. New York is surrendering 20.4 points per game, down from 24.5 last season, and is allowing way fewer passing yards per game than past Giants teams Dak has faced. This isn’t your average Dak Prescott versus the Giants team. Future coach of the year Brian Daboll has turned this organization from a boat picture and an embarrassing six years to a contender that, like the Coughlin-era cockroach teams before them, refuse to be stepped on. This Giants team could beat anybody. Vegas likes Dallas -8.5, but this will be the most Giants win of all time. Giants Moneyline? Next question. Take the Giants Moneyline and get your free $150 from Draftkings!