1. Super Sack Party
When you have the best pass-rushing unit in the NFL you’re expected to cause havoc in the backfield of any team you are facing, especially when you face a banged-up offensive line. The Cowboys took advantage of a hobbled Vikings offensive line resulting in seven sacks and 16 total quarterback pressures and a long day for Kirk Cousins. The Giants are in an even more disadvantageous situation with injuries along their offensive line.
Both tackles are hurt along with their center which means defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will be even more aggressive in sending his pass rush that in Week 3 sacked Daniel Jones five times.
Parsons and Lawrence will be able to create pressure off the edge quickly much like they’ve done all season, but the person who could cause the most problems for the Giants is actually Osa Odighizuwa who currently has two sacks this season. His ability to create pressure up the middle will be key in this game.