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Saquon Barkley is healthy and looking like his old self. Leighton Vander Esch and the Cowboys entire front seven will need to be on point Monday night to come out victorious.
Who would've thought, after all we’ve been through over the last two weeks. the Dallas Cowboys would be preparing for an important week three division clash that includes an undefeated New York Giants team, and a Cowboys team led by Cooper Rush that is coming off a much needed week two victory against the reigning AFC champions? As improbable as both of those scenarios sounded a few weeks ago, that is the reality as we head into a week three primetime clash with a hated division foe on Monday Night Football.
There are still many questions to be answered for both teams heading into this one. The league is wondering if the Giants hot start is a mirage, or are the Brian Daboll-led G-men for real? The question for the Cowboys is well documented: can Rush and this offense produce and continue to hold it down until Dak Prescott is back?