NFL Week 10 schedule: Matchups and predictions for every Eagles divisional rival

  • The Eagles are idle.
  • The Cowboys are choke artists.
  • The Commanders have themselves a QB.
  • The Giants have Tommy DeVito.
Tommy DeVito, New York Giants
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Cowboys offense vs. Giants defense

There were a few weeks there where we thought the Giants' defense had been playing decently well and keeping New York in games. As it turns out, those theories were completely wrong.

We’re seeing teams give the Eagles their best shot weekly. We're seeing teams give the Giants their worst shot and vice versa.

The obvious example of this is Big Blue's game versus the Buffalo Bills. The Mafia's offense only scored 14 points. That was the Bills’ worst performance. The only other game that was close to being so was their game versus the Washington Commanders.

The bottom line is that this Giants defense is porous and awful. There isn't much more that you can say about them. 

The Cowboys' offense will do what they did to the Giants' defense the first time. The game plan should include relying on the run and trying to get out of this game without any injuries. Dallas's obvious weak spot is at right tackle.

Terence Steele's lunch was eaten by Haason Reddick and Josh Sweat in Week 9. This week, he draws Kayvon Thibodeaux duty. That should be an easier task.

That isn't to say that Thibodeaux won’t get pressure. It just won’t be as consistent. The Cowboys should get out to a lead in this one. They'll end this one by salting things away with their running game.