This game recording should be thrown away by Giants coach Brian Daboll because everything that could go wrong did.
The Giants started the game with a good drive. Saquon Barkley and Daniel Jones were running into Cowboys' territory to strike first.
New York's field goal unit came out after rookie center John Michael Schmitz mishandled a snap on third down. Graham Gano, who missed only three field goals last year, had his kick blocked, and Cowboys' Noah Igbinoghene brought it home.
Barkley was hit hard two drives later and the ball bounced into DaRon Bland's hands for a pick-six, making it 16-0 immediately.
After the Cowboys made another field goal to extend their advantage to three points, Jones intercepted again on the opening play of their drive. After five plays, Tony Pollard scored his first season touchdown.
The first half's highlight was Gano's total shank after a 14-play drive put the Giants in field goal range. As expected, MetLife Stadium supporters booed Big Blue following their dismal effort.
In the second half, the Cowboys went 10 plays for 75 yards with Pollard scoring another rushing score to take a 33-0 lead.
With the game going poorly, the Cowboys might have pulled their starting in the fourth quarter, but Dak Prescott scored another second-half touchdown. KaVontae Turpin ran into the end zone again, making it 40-0.
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