Pulling The Stats: Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants

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By Bevomav

Before we get to the Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants matchup, let’s take a quick look at some other stats.

Steelers total QB ratings for the entire season.


Average QB rating 66.7

To this point Tony Romo has only started 38 games. So I thought it would be fun to compare him to Troy Aikman at the 38 game mark. Both QB’S played 2 1/2 seasons for 38 games.

Troy 89/90/91 and Tony 06/07/08.

Tony has thrown 77 tds and has had 43ints or a +34
Troy had thrown 31 tds and had 31 ints or a -15

Romo leads all active QB’S except Peyton Manning and Tom Brady

Now on to the Giants. This game is a bigger challenge than Pittsburgh. Why? Because the Giants aren’t just a defensive team. They are ranked ahead of the Cowboys on offense and defense. The QB’S seem pretty even.

Romo vs Manning
96.9 qb/ rating 90.1
22/11 tds/ints 20/8
13 sacked 15
8.4 yds per attpt 6.9

Boys vs Giants
#11 offense # 2
#12 defense #4

Sacks as team
Dallas 45 tied for first with Pittsburgh
Giants 37

Tight Ends

Jason Witten/Dallas 64 catches 771 yds 3 tds
Kevin Boss/Gianst 27 catches 277 yds 5 tds

Witten had no catches in the first Dallas/NY game. Romo didn’t play. Boss had 30 yards receiving with a td catch in game one.

Running Game

Giants are rated No. 1 in the league averaging 154.6 yds per game. Dallas is No. 9 with 111.1 yds per game


Giants No. 7 16 ints Cowboys  No. 29 6 ints (pathetic)

Penalties. We finally play a team as bad as we are in penalties.

Giants 86 penalties 722 yds 3rd most in NFL
Cowboys 94 penalties 717 yds 4th most in NFL

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