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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 9/10/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




NY GIANTS (11 - 6) at DALLAS (13 - 4)
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Week 1 Sunday, 9/10/2017 8:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
477NY GIANTS50.547.5
NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games11-6+6.99-85-1219.09.6332.6(5.3)1.718.910.6343.6(5.3)1.5
Road Games4-5+1.14-52-717.28.3311.4(5.1)1.420.611.7350.3(5.3)1.7
Last 3 Games1-2+1.11-22-117.09.7389.0(5.4)1.724.011.7325.3(5.7)1.3
Turf Games8-1+6.86-33-620.911.3351.9(5.6)1.917.39.3335.1(5.3)1.1
Division Games4-2+3.94-23-320.513.0356.2(5.5)2.018.710.5334.0(5.3)1.7
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)19.09.617.928:0924-87(3.6)24-3862.3%245(6.5)62-333(5.3)(17.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.811.820.730:5125-105(4.2)23-3664.7%249(6.9)61-354(5.8)(15.5)
Offense Road Games17.28.316.427:0322-86(3.9)23-3858.8%225(5.9)61-311(5.1)(18.1)
Defense (All Games)18.910.618.931:5125-88(3.5)23-3958.8%256(6.5)64-344(5.3)(18.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.811.620.831:3425-107(4.3)24-3764.8%250(6.8)62-357(5.8)(15.6)
Defense Road Games20.611.720.432:5726-92(3.5)24-4060.0%258(6.4)66-350(5.3)(17)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-535.3%1-050.0%2-49(23.3)2-22(9)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.3 13-540.9%1-153.9%2-46(22.4)16-2(9)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-742.8%1-057.1%2-44(21.8)2-17(7.4)6-45

DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games13-4+8.610-77-926.614.4379.8(6.2)0.920.09.5348.1(5.7)1.2
Home Games7-2+3.85-45-329.315.8406.7(6.4)0.621.310.3358.2(5.9)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-2.21-22-128.714.7333.0(6.1)1.027.317.3359.7(5.4)1.0
Turf Games7-3+2.25-55-427.114.9392.0(6.2)0.820.29.3348.4(5.7)1.4
Division Games3-3-0.42-43-321.011.0329.3(5.3)
DALLAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.614.422.531:4931-149(4.8)21-3167.0%231(7.5)61-380(6.2)(14.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.711.820.430:2726-110(4.3)23-3663.4%247(6.9)62-357(5.8)(15.8)
Offense Home Games29.315.824.332:2431-159(5.1)22-3268.4%247(7.7)63-407(6.4)(13.9)
Defense (All Games)20.09.521.028:3621-83(4)27-4067.0%265(6.7)61-348(5.7)(17.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.811.120.230:6025-102(4.1)24-3763.8%247(6.7)62-349(5.6)(16)
Defense Home Games21.310.321.728:2419-85(4.4)27-4265.5%273(6.6)61-358(5.9)(16.8)
DALLAS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-539.9%1-164.3%2-45(21.8)1-11(8.7)5-47
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.4 13-539.9%1-150.2%2-46(22.3)16-2(8.8)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-541.5%1-185.7%2-39(22.1)1-7(8.2)5-51
Average power rating of opponents played: NY GIANTS 20.1,  DALLAS 19.8
NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2017@ DALLAS            
9/24/2017@ PHILADELPHIA            
10/1/2017@ TAMPA BAY            
10/8/2017LA CHARGERS            

DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2017NY GIANTS            
9/17/2017@ DENVER            
9/25/2017@ ARIZONA            
10/1/2017LA RAMS            
10/8/2017GREEN BAY            
NY GIANTS: Coming off a down season, QB Eli Manning enters his fourth year in head coach Ben McAdoo's West Coast spread system. WR Odell Beckham is unstoppable when his head is right, and WR Brandon Marshall and rookie TE Evan Engram are huge upgrades to his supporting cast who should relieve some defensive pressure. The running game is an afterthought, with a middling offensive line working in front of 2016 fifth-rounder RB Paul Perkins. Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo's D held opponents to 15 points per game in the second half of last season. S Landon Collins is a playmaker whose coverage deficiencies are masked by the excellent CB combo of Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison is a run-stuffer while DE Olivier Vernon sets the edge on running plays as well as anyone, though he and DE Jason Pierre-Paul have little help on the pass-rush.
DALLAS: With the NFL's best offensive line, life is easy for Dallas' skill position players. RB Ezekiel Elliott is a legit All-Pro talent, but needs to stay out of off-field trouble. QB Dak Prescott showed advanced maturity and productivity as a rookie, but may need to be less of a game-manager in 2017. WR Dez Bryant and TE Jason Witten are still two of the best at their positions, but there isn't much receiving talent beyond them. Dallas' defense was the NFL's best against the run last year with All-Pro LB Sean Lee plugging the middle. They lost three key contributors from the secondary this offseason (S Barry Church and CBs Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne), leading them to draft four DBs in April and sign backup-level free agents CB Nolan Carroll and S Robert Blanton. The pass-rush lacks star power but has depth, including first-round draft pick DE Taco Charlton.
Giants open against Cowboys for third straight year

In what is becoming a rite of September, the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys will face each other at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Sunday night to open the season for the third straight year.

They split the previous two season openers, but it's difficult to put a value on how much winning the clash means. In 2015, the Cowboys won, but neither team went on to make the playoffs. Last season, the Giants won, then the Cowboys didn't lose again until December, when the Giants completed the season sweep with a home victory. No matter, Dallas still won the NFC East.

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott both started as rookies for Dallas a year ago. They made their presence felt as Prescott passed for 3,667 yards and 23 touchdowns and Elliott led the NFL with 1,631 rushing yards.

But now the usual hype that surrounds training camp has been buried under a mountain of Elliott news as he and the NFL Players Association have battled the league in court over a six-game suspension. Elliott was suspended for violating the league's personal-conduct policy in relation to a domestic violence case.

The Elliott saga continued Tuesday as the NFL's arbitrator upheld the suspension. But Elliott will be allowed to the Giants on Sunday night because he filed a temporary restraining order against the league; the deadline for that decision is 6 p.m. ET Friday.

The NFL will allow Elliott to play Sunday and, theoretically, serve his suspension from Week 2 to Week 7. That would avoid giving either team a competitive advantage in Sunday night's Cowboys-Giants game.

"(Elliott) seems very focused, locked in on meetings, the walk-through," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told the media on Wednesday. "We'll have a good practice today. He's done an excellent job in his preparation."

In New York, there are questions about whether the Giants' brightest star, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., will play. Beckham has been spotted riding a stationary bike and jogging, though not participating in full practices, this week. He injured his left ankle in a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns on Aug. 21.

On Wednesday, Beckham said there's a chance he'll play vs. the Cowboys, despite the fact that the Giants officially listed him as "did not practice."

"I wouldn't count it out," Beckham said. "My heart's just not gonna make this easy."

Even if Beckham doesn't play, Giants quarterback Eli Manning has plenty of weapons to use against the Dallas defense. New York added wide receiver Brandon Marshall and drafted tight end Evan Engram, boosting an offense that averaged 330 yards per game last season.

While the Giants have been coy about Beckham's status, coach Ben McAdoo struck a bold note as he emphasized his team's need to stop the Cowboys on the ground.

"All backs run the same when there's nowhere to run," McAdoo said, referring to the Cowboys' evolving situation at running back.

If anyone in the league can tough-talk a Cowboys team that averaged 376 yards per game last season, it's the Giants. New York held Dallas to 260 yards in defeating the Cowboys 10-7 in December. Furthermore, Cowboys star receiver Dez Bryant caught just two passes for 18 yards in two games against the Giants in 2016.

The Giants' secondary's success against Bryant has been a talking point this offseason. The Cowboys' receiver traded barbs with Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins on Twitter, adding intrigue to Sunday night's rematch.

All of it should make for a good show. But if the last two seasons have taught us anything, it's that the opening act can be deceiving.

Last Updated: 7/17/2018 2:24:03 PM EST

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