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About Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

Sports rivalries develop logically. The pursuit of championships involve geography, history and passion. However, the Cowboys-Giants rivalry defies all this. It is not geography, since there is a distance of 1,604 miles between the AT&T Stadium and the MetLife Stadium. History? The two teams played their very first game in 1960 and that too ended in a tie, and 24 years passed before these teams participated in a game that had an equal value for both teams. Then what started this rivalry?

What makes this NFL rivalry unique is the fans. This rivalry is revived every time these two teams meet. Adding another layer of intrigue is the statistics of this match-up. It is the Cowboys who lead in the regular season and the Giants who lead in the postseason results.

Memorable Moments made by the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants

When the Giants spoiled the fun-It was September 20, 2009, and the Cowboy’s new stadium, AT&T Stadium was fully packed (105,121, a record-breaking crowd). The game was in the fourth quarter and the Cowboys were winning 31-30, when Giants Lawrence Tynes made a 37-yard field goal as the clock expired to give the Giants 33-31 victory. Eli Manning was the Giants QB, who after the game wrote on the wall of the locker room 33-31 First win in the new stadium.

The “Unbeatable” Giants – Since its opening in 2009, the Giants have remained undefeated at AT&T Stadium till the first week of 2013.

Cowboys vs. Giants - Head-to-Head Record

The following is the Cowboys regular season head-to-head record against the Giants.

Games Played Wins Losses Tied Games Win %age Points Scored Points Allowed
109 62 45 2 0.578 2449 2119

In the postseason, however, it is the Giants that dominate the Cowboys. The two have met for one Divisional playoff game in 2007, which the Giants won 21-17.

*All figures taken from pro-football-reference.com

*Figures correct as of June 2017

Cowboys – Giants Hall of Famers

Interestingly, Cowboys being a much younger team as compared to the Giants have more Hall of Famers. Some of the most famous Cowboys were:

Troy AikmanSix-time Pro Bowler, Aikman led Cowboys to three Super Bowl victories.

Mike Ditka – Five-time Pro Bowler, Ditka is a three-time Super Bowl champion.

Emmitt Smith – During the 1990s and 2000s, Smith became NFL’s all-time leading rusher. He played thirteen seasons with the Cowboys.

Some of the prominent New York Giants were:

Frank Gifford – Gifford was named to eight pro Bowls and after retirement became an Emmy Award-winning sportscaster.

Pete Henry-Henry was one of the greatest kickers of his era.

Arnie Herber – Herber, a Giants QB, took his team to the 1944 NFL Championship game.

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