Tammy Garrett, Staff Writer: If the Cowboys offensive line and secondary play well it could mean an opening night win for Dallas. Final score : Dallas 24, New York 21
Todd Toombs, Senior Writer: I was feeling very confident about this game up until yesterday. With Anthony Spencer not able to go and the loss of Ben Bass, our “position of strength” as Jerry Jones calls it is now precariously thin. That likely means the Giants will have more success than they normally would running the ball. We know what that success means for Eli and the passing game. I thought the Cowboys would win easily – and I think they still win – but this one will be much closer and will likely come down to who has the ball last. Cowboys 38, Giants 35.
Marcus Mosher, Staff Writer: NYG running back David Wilson carves up the Cowboys young defensive tackles and the Giants continue their winning streak at Dallas. Giants: 27 – Dallas: 21.
Brad Austin, Senior Writer: Mass injuries along the Dallas def line signals real problems for this one. The Giants’ center and RT missing was a huge advantage. With back-ups Hayden and Selvie starting across, that advantage disappears. RB David Wilson will notch a big game and Manning will have plenty of pocket time. The Cowboys’ starting o-line (from camp) back intact will also upgrade their run and pass games. Tough Call. Cowboys 31, Giants 30. Another high-scoring affair with home-field finally coming through for Dallas
Tyrone Starr, Staff Writer: While most all Cowboys fans want to see a power running game, controlling the clock and wearing down the defense, this particular game is not the time. The Giants are very susceptible to being beat through the air which is where Dez, Miles and Jason can win their individual match-ups. If the defense doesn’t give up the big play, I see the Cowboys winning this one 31-17.
Kerrie Wong, Staff Writer: Eli has typically struggled against the Tampa-2 defense in his career. He has struggled in pre-season, and I see the Cowboys winning this game 28-13.
Kenny Spotz, Staff Writer: How about Haiku form?
The Giants’ Fall
coming fast, Cowboys are keen
Seventeen – Fourteen.
Michael Vu, Staff Writer: This is the episode where The Cowboys demolish a division rival, and inflate fans with hope again. Lights out for the city that never sleeps. Dallas wins 34-17.
Robert H. Carroll, Staff Writer: Cowboys play the right Manning this Sunday. Romo’s “Peyton Manning like time” pays off big. Cowboys 31 – Giants 23.
John Bankston, Staff Writer: This game stays close for a half, but the Cowboys pull away in the third quarter. The O Line gives Tony Romo enough time to exploit a banged up Giants secondary, Miles Austin makes at least two big plays from the slot, and DeMarco Murray gets between 15-20 carries. The Cowboys don’t generate much pass rush, but the linebacking corps shines on several big stops. Cowboys 34, Giants 16.