Sunday Night Football: Cowboys vs Giants TV Channel Schedule, Scores and Highlights

The Dallas Cowboys play the New York Giants in a rivalry game in one of the NFL games on Sunday at the MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, N.J.

Coming off a bye week, the Cowboys have to find out ways not to have another season collapse. The Cowboys avoided a three-game losing streak when they beat Jacksonville, 31-17 , on November 9.

Tony Romo completed 20 of 27 passes for 246 yards, three touchdowns against no interceptions. Romo has been playing superb, avoiding turnovers.

While the Cowboys have not tasted a defeat on the road this season, they have the battle against their nemesis New York, which is struggling in both offense and defense.

Demarco Murray played another strong game when he rushed for 100 yards in 19 attempts. Murray has been the key for the Cowboys in those victories. He is set to break the rushing records in a single season.

In their first meetings on October 19, Murray rushed for 218 yards for Dallas to win 31-21 at home.

Offensively, Dallas averages 234.3 in passing and 153.2 in rushing. Defensively, Dallas yields 239.8 in passing and 109 in rushing.

The New York Giants need a miracle to be in the playoff. The can be spoilers against the Cowboys to be out of the race also.

The Giants lost to San Francisco, 16-10, last week, which Eli Manning completed 22 of 45 passes for 280 yards, one touchdown but against five interceptions. Manning played one of his worst games as the Giants couldn’t withstand the defense of the 49ers.

Offensively, New York averages 241.8 yards in passing and 100.3 in rushing. Defensively, New York yields 252.7 in passing and 145 in rushing.

Sunday Night Football Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants tv channel schedule is on NBC. Sunday Night Football Cowboys vs Giants start time is at 8:30 PM ET. Sunday Night Football Cowboys vs Giants scores and highlights will be posted here after the game.

Who will win this match?

Scores and highlights:

Tony Romo rallied the Cowboys from a 10-point halftime deficit with touchdown throws of 45 yards to Cole Beasley and 31 yards to a wide-open Dez Bryant to beat the Giants 31-28.

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