Follow the action as the Giants open the 2023 season against NFC East rival Dallas
Final Score: Dallas Cowboys 40, New York Giants 0. Full recap, more coverage to come.
Yes. That certainly summed up the night for the Giants.
33-0 after three quarters. Chants of ‘Let’s Go Cowboys’ took over as most of the MetLife Stadium crowd went home.
Also, the embarrassment continues for the trolls.
Halftime score: Cowboys 26, Giants 0
Dallas has 7 quarterback hits with 4 sacks and Daniel Jones has 7 runs. Only one of them is designed flow.
How bad are things for the Giants right now? Even Graham Cano misbehaves. Cano was 34 of 36 from 30-39 yards over the last three seasons.
The beating gets worse.
Now it’s 19-0, Dallas.
Well, 16-0 Cowboys. Trevon Diggs separates Saquon Barkley from the ball and Daron Bland takes advantage.
New York’s disastrous start. On the opening drive the Giants reach the Dolls 8-yard line. False start, bad snap, blocked field goal, 6-0 Dallas.
Goblins are inactive
WR Van Dale Robinson (knee).
CB Courtale Crate (Hoarding)
S. gervarius Owens (Femur)
DD DJ Davidson (knee)
LB Cam Brown (ankle)
OL Shane Lemieux
Cowboys are passive
LG Tyler Smith
S Donovan Wilson
CB Jordan Lewis
CB Eric Scott
DE Viliami Fehoko
Darren Waller (hamstring) appears to be a go for the Giants.
There was some good news on the Giants injury front early Sunday, as tight end Darren Waller, questionable with a hamstring injury, is expected to play.
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