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Cowboys fans are hopeful for a Thanksgiving win this year.
It’s once again that time of year. The Cowboys are preparing for their annual Thanksgiving game. Just four days after dismantling the Vikings, the Cowboys are at home to face a division rival in the Giants, who they beat earlier in the year with Cooper Rush at quarterback.
The Cowboys are 3-7 in their last 10 Thanksgiving games, but the last time the Cowboys played the Giants on this day they went to the Super Bowl. Which piece of history do our writers think will come more in handy this year? Let’s find out.
When New York has the ball
Contain Saquon Barkley
Saquon Barkley and the Giants have both been enjoying resurgent seasons, so it’s not a coincidence that Barkley’s three worst games of the year have all resulted in losses for New York. He is their offense, even leading the team in receptions, and that will only become more true with rookie pass catchers Wan’Dale Robinson and Daniel Bellinger out with injuries.