New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Pick & Prediction NOVEMBER 24th 2022

Stadium: AT&T Stadium Arlington
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The New York Giants face off against an NFC East opponent this week. Thursday is full of great games and you won’t want to miss out on this one. The Giants are fresh off a 31-18 loss to the Detroit Lions, but don’t underestimate them. This is a talented team led by a top-tier running back. The question is, can they find a way to beat the Dallas Cowboys?

After throttling the Minnesota Vikings, there is a new team in the Cowboys’ sights. The New York Giants find themselves facing one of the best teams in the NFC. There are a few things the Cowboys will need to pay attention to, however. It won’t be an easy win, but they’re back at home against a familiar foe. Let’s go over the odds for each team before making a pick.

Giants vs. Cowboys Odds


MONEY LINE: Giants (+315) vs. Cowboys (-400)

SPREAD: Giants +8.5 (-114) vs. Cowboys -8.5 (-106)

GAME TOTAL: Over 44.5 (-112) vs. Under 44.5 (-108)

Giants vs. Cowboys Preview, Trends and Stats

The New York Giants have the same 7-3 record as the Dallas Cowboys. The difference is they’re coming off a really rough loss. They were favored to beat the Detroit Lions, but instead lost 31-18. By the end of the third quarter, the Lions were up 24-6 on the Giants.

To avoid this happening again, the Giants need to get their offense going early. As a team this season, the Giants are averaging 20.5 points per game, ranking 21st in the league. They do a lot better on defense, where they rank 13th in the NFL this season.

The Dallas Cowboys have a lot going well for them at the moment. Bouncing back from a tough loss, they dominated the Minnesota Vikings in week 11. On average, the Dallas Cowboys are putting up 25.1 points per game. They rank seventh in the NFL in this category.

Along with having one of the best offenses in the league, they have a top-tier defense as well. This season, the Cowboys are allowing only 16.7 points per game. With the No.1 ranked defense in points per game, the Cowboys are in good shape to win.

Keep in mind it won’t be an easy game to win for the Cowboys. The Giants have a strong defense also, so it might start off as a back-and-forth game. As the game goes on, we think Dallas will pull away from New York.

Giants vs. Cowboys Predictions

Over the last ten games, the New York Giants have beaten the Cowboys just once. In that time, they’ve gone 2-8 against the spread. Something to keep in mind is that the spread is at 8.5-points, which is quite large.

Still, after taking into consideration how easily the Cowboys won last week, we’ll take them. Sure, the spread is set at 8.5-points, but the Cowboys should be able to cover.

Final Score: 27-13 (Cowboys)


1. The Dallas Cowboys have a 7-3 record against the spread this season.

2. The total has gone under in six of Dallas' last seven games at home.

3. Dallas is 5-0 in their last five games at home against New York.

Best Bet: Cowboys -8.5 (-106) and Under 44.5 (-108)

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New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

Greg Zuerlein kicked a game-winning field goal from 34 yards out on the final play as Dallas defeated the visiting New York Giants 37-34 in an outcome Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas that was overshadowed by an ugly ankle injury suffered by Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott.

The Cowboys (2-3) snapped a two-game losing streak in their first outing against an NFC East Division rival.

Dallas gained the final possession with 52 seconds left and moved 72 yards in four plays with backup quarterback Andy Dalton at the controls to set up the winning field goal.

The Giants (0-5) went ahead on Devonta Freeman's 4-yard run with 8:46 remaining, extending the lead to 34-31 on Daniel Jones' two-point conversion pass to Andrew Thomas. The 17-yard drive was set up after a fumble by Dalton.

Dalton orchestrated an 11-play drive that resulted in Zuerlein's tying 40-yard field goal with 1:56 remaining. The Cowboys got the ball back after a New York punt.

Earlier, the Cowboys lost Prescott with what is presumed a serious lower leg injury. Prescott gained 9 yards on a third-quarter run and he was tackled by New York safety Logan Ryan. Prescott immediately clutched his lower right leg. After he was put in a cast, Prescott appeared to be crying as he was carted off the field. The team reported he was then transported to a hospital for additional evaluation.

Dallas led 24-23 at the time of the injury. Prescott completed 14 of 21 passes for 166 yards and an interception. Dalton was 9-for-11 for 111 yards.

Jones was 20-for-33 for 222 yards. He was sacked twice.

New York's Graham Gano made three field goals from 50 yards or longer among his four field goals.

The Giants led 17-3 midway through the second quarter. Evan Engram scored on a 3-yard first-quarter run. Fifty-two seconds later, Kyler Fackrell intercepted Prescott and returned the ball 46 yards for a touchdown.

Gano's 55-yard field goal stretched the lead.

The Cowboys responded on Ezekiel Elliott's 1-yard run and Anthony Brown's 29-yard return of a recovered fumble in the second quarter to pull even.

Gano's 50-yard field goal put the Giants back ahead, but Prescott scored on a trick play when he was on the receiving end of an 11-yard pass from running back Cedrick Wilson just 23 seconds before halftime.

Elliott finished with 91 rushing yards on 19 carries.

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