4. Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys | Oct. 4
Quarterback Baker Mayfield should ask LeBron James to assist with this one. The Browns will need all the help they can get when they meet up with the Dallas Cowboys. After falling to 1-2, the ‘Boys are licking their chops to find themselves above .500.
Head coach Mike McCarthy dials up a fantastic blueprint, providing Dallas fans a show in Big D. Dak Prescott will reboot his stat lines, giving Dallas favorable looks in the air. The Browns have no chance.
The Dallas Cowboys jump back up to 2-2 overall, defeating the Browns 31-14. Afterward, the media eats one too many brownies and the Super Bowl hype starts as Dallas gets their squad back on track.
5. New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys | Oct. 11
Finally, the Dallas Cowboys face off against an NFC East foe. The Cowboys want to boot their NFC East record off right, and I don’t think the Giants will stand in their way. However, I think the Giants improve in 2020, and they’ll give Dallas a battle.
Quarterback Daniel Jones is back for his sophomore year. The sixth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft enters the new year as the full-time starter from the start. The six-foot-five quarterback finished 2019 with respectable numbers.
He earned 3,027 passing yards, 24 touchdowns to 12 interceptions, and a final quarterback rating of 87.7. The Giants fell to 4-12 in 2019. New York will improve in 2020, but I got the Cowboys winning the division, even against the Eagles.
The Giants play a good game against their rival, but Big D proves to be a difficult adversary. The ‘Boys start to flex some muscle five games in, finding their grove. The squad trusts the new “process,” and wave goodbye to former head coach Jason Garrett.
The Dallas Cowboys stretch their record to 3-2 with a win. Cowboys 27, Giants 17.