The Dallas Cowboys dominate the New York Giants with a stunning 40-0 rout.
Tony Pollard's one-yard touchdown run extends the Cowboys' lead to 33-0 in the third quarter.
New York's offense faced difficulties finding answers, leading to ample opportunities for Dallas to accumulate points.
A blocked field goal attempt returned for a touchdown by Noah Igbinoghene shifts the momentum in favor of Dallas.
Daniel Jones' challenging night includes only 104 passing yards, zero touchdowns, two interceptions, and seven sacks.
Dallas thrives without Ezekiel Elliott as Tony Pollard, Rico Dowdle, and KaVontae Turpin contribute effectively.
The Giants' limited wide receiver options are exposed as they struggle to make an impact, highlighting their need for more firepower.
The Dallas Cowboys' impressive defense records seven sacks, 11 quarterback hits, and showcases their Super Bowl potential.
As the saying goes, 'Defense wins championships,' and the Cowboys' defense raises hopes of competing at a Super Bowl level.
Despite the wet conditions, Dallas' performance leaves promising signs for their future, especially for defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.