Bad Luck? Black Cat Wandered On Field During Giants-Cowboys Game

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On Monday Night Football, we all get the gift of the Dallas Cowboys.

The concussion sustained in October was Shepard's second of the season.

"Our league has a lot to address this offseason as consumer confidence continues to wane", Aikman wrote as Dallas went on to beat the Giants, 37-18. "I'd rather get here like that than I had with one more win". He also rushed three times for 12 yards. In several cases, this play was the difference between a win and a loss.

Running back Saquon Barkley.

Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are in NY to take on the Giants on Monday night.

Ezekiel Elliot also had a big game for the 5-3 Cowboys, rushing for 139 yards on 23 carries.

Up next for Dallas is a Sunday night home game against the Minnesota Vikings (6-3), while the Giants take on the lousy New York Jets. Understandable considering the play to that point, the bright lights, and the thousands of fans yelling at the poor thing (seriously, how would you handle it if you got lost and thousands of New Yorkers were yelling at you?). The same couldn't be said, though, on the Giants' third possession of the night.

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Below is my best bet for the Monday night football action between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants. Not that it mattered much as Dallas unfortunately was doing a fine job of shutting down itself. This was before a black cat stormed the field and caused the contest to stop for almost three minutes. It's about 10 seconds behind the television feed. Rosas redeemed himself somewhat with a 25-yard field goal late in the second quarter. Five of Jarwin's six career touchdowns have now come against the NFC East foe.

Many eyes will be on the quarterbacks in this game with good reason. This time Jones scrambled to reach the first-down marker, only to be rocked by Woods, who forced the ball loose.

Cowboys: Safety Jeff Heath left early in second half with a leg injury. Moments later, (the Giants) kicked a field goal to make it 12-3.

"We had no doubt we were going to finish this game off".

For the Giants, Jones completed 26 of his 41 attempts for 210 yards and a touchdown.

It wasn't almost enough.

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