New York Giants (1-3) at Dallas (3-1), 4:25 p.m. on FOX and DirecTV 716. A pair of NFC East rivals meet in the Lone Star State as Daniel Jones and the New York Giants travel to Jerry World (AT&T Stadium) to face off agianst Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys in a late afternoon contest. Both teams were winners in last week’s action.

Using a Grant Gano field goal from 48 yards with 48 seconds in regulation, then a 6-yard run by RB Sequan Barkley, the Giants used a 9-play, 75-yard drive that used 5:06 of clock in overtime to beat Jameis Winston and New Orleans 27-21 in the Big Easy. Tied 7-7 at the intermission, New Orleans would lead 14-10 at the end of three quarters of play before the Giants responed in the final 15 minutes of regulation, scoring on a 54-yard TD toss from Jones to Barkley, then Jones scoring on a two-point try and Gano’s field goal to even things up before winning in the extra period as the Giants won the toss to start overtime and New Orleans would never see the ball.

Saints’ RB Alvin Kamara led all rushers with 120 yards as New Orleans outrushed Big Blue 170-83. Jones threw for 402 yards with the TD to Barkley (who had 52 yards of rushing to lead the Giants), while Winston threw for 226 yards and a TD to Juwan Johnson (neither was sacked and Jones threw the contest’s only interception). The Giants were 4 for 11 on third down and held on to the ball for 27:35 (including the 5:06 in overtime), while the Saints, keeping the ball for 37:31, went 8 of 13 on third down, 0 for 1 on fourth down.

Dallas ended Carolina’s hopes for an unbeaten season in Arlington last Sunday, as Prescott and the Cowboys came away 36-28 winners at AT&T Stadium. Dallas trailed 14-13 at the intermission before they would score 20 third quarter points unchallenged to take the lead for keeps. Ezekiel Elliot led all rushers with 143 yards and a TD as the Cowboys would outrush Carolina 245-143 and Prescott threw for 188 yards and four TDs without a sack or interception, while Sam Darnold threw for 301 yards with a pair of TD passes to D.J. Moore but was sacked five times and picked off twice. Carolina was 4 for 13 on third down (3 for 3 on fourth down) and the Panthers would rule the clock and keep the ball for 33:36, while Dallas, holding on to the pigskin for 26:24, went 3 for 9 on third down and 1 of 1 on fourth down.

Dallas lead series, 69-46-2 and they have outscored Big Blue 2,682-2,272. They split last season’s contests, each winning in their home facilties.

They met in the Lone Star State in week five and Giants fans got their hearts shattered again, this time at the hands of divisional rival Dallas, as Zeurlein booted a 34-yard field goal as time expired to take a 37-34 win. The contest had six lead changes with the Giants leading by as much as 17-3 before Dallas stormed back to lead at the intermission 24-20. Dallas would hold on to that lead until Devonta Freeman put the Giants back on top with 8:46 left to play on a 4-yard run. Dallas would then tie things up with 1:56 on a 40-yard field goal. The Giants got the ball back, only to punt it back to Dallas with 52 seconds left and the Cowboys would use all of the time left to move themselves down the field, using a 5-play, 72-yard drive, ending with Zeurlein connecting on a 34-yard field goal as the clock struck :00.

Dallas out-rushed the Giants 126-89, with Elliot leading the way with 91 yards and a pair of TDs (Freeman led the Giants with 60 yards). Jones led the Giants with 222 yards without a TD or interception, while Prescott threw for 166 yards and an interception before leaving the contest with a broken ankle in the third quarter (backup Andy Dalton would take over, throwing for 111 yards in relief). Neither club had a fourth down try in the late-afternoon contest; the Giants were 7 of 13 on third down and kept the ball for 32:22, while Dallas clung to the pigskin for 27:38, while going 5 of 9 on third down.

They met again in the season finale in the Meadowland and it was the Giants that knocked Dallas out of the playoffs, taking a 23-19 win at Met Life Stadium. New York led throughout the contest, taking a 20-6 lead with them to the intermission. Big Blue outrushed Dallas 125-108 and Jones threw for 229 yards with a pair of sacks, while Andy Dalton (taking over for Prescott) threw for 243 yards and was sacked six times (each threw an interception, Jones threw a pair of TDs). Neither club did well on thrid down tries in the Meadowlands (the Giants were a dismal 0 for 7, Dallas was not much better, going 6 of 17 but went one for one on fourth down) and time was the ally of Dalllas, who kept the ball for 32:33 to New York’s 27:27.

In the week five contest in the Lone Star State, Dallas was favored by 8 1/2 but won by only 3. The two clubs did manage to take care of the 54 over/under with 71 points. In the season finale in upstate New Jersey, Vegas liked the Cowboys as 3-point favorites and the Giants would win, covering with their 4-point win. As for the 44 1/2 over/under? It went untouched as the two clubs, both out of playoff contention, combined for only 42 points. The boys and girls in Vegas like Dallas again, this time as 7-point favorites with a 51 1/2 over/under. Dallas wins in JerryWorld but expect the Giants to make this one closer than 7.