Bad Luck? Black Cat Wandered On Field During Giants-Cowboys Game

This is nothing new as Dallas has struggled mightily to get their high-profile offense running.

In an effort to keep their slim lead atop the NFC East, the Dallas Cowboys will try to do better in their second game at MetLife Stadium in NY this season, this time in a tilt with their division foe-Giants (Nov. 4, 8:15pm ET).

The game was delayed several minutes until (the cat) disappeared through a tunnel.

But, when we got Canty out in NYC on Tuesday morning. he told us he's still riding with the rookie QB, saying, "I think he's the next franchise quarterback for Big Blue".

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"Let's just say that I thought we'd be better than this", he said bluntly. He suffered the head injury October 6 in the Giants' loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

This time there was no upset result as they added further touchdowns through Michael Gallup and Amari Cooper to secure the victory.

Brett Maher kicked three field goals, including a 52-yarder in the waning seconds of the first half that gave Dallas the lead for good after falling behind 12-3 in the second quarter. Just 26 seconds later, safety Xavier Woods hauled in an ill-advised pass attempt from Jones and returned the interception 29 yards to the NY 39-yard line. Led by the likes of Jaylon Smith, Sean Lee and DeMarcus Lawrence, the Cowboys recorded three takeaways and five sacks. Daniel Jones would later hit Cody Latimer for a short touchdown, with Aldrick Rosas missing the extra point. "We're making young mistakes, If we stop them we'll start playing winning football".

"Simply seeing our stuff, our offence towards them and type of how we match up, and what sure seems appear like towards them". Unfortunately for those with money on the game, the Giants were attempting to show some pride by fighting for points in the waning seconds (and, to be fair, they were still within two scores).

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