On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys will face a New York Giants offense that gave up five turnovers--all interceptions by quarterback Eli Manning--in a 16-10 loss to the San Francisco 49ers last week. But that doesn’t mean the Cowboys’ defense is taking their rivals lightly.
"That's their last game," said defensive end George Selvie, per FOXSports.com. "They're going to try to fix that. We always try to fix our mistakes when it comes to football. Five turnovers is a lot of turnovers. So, whoever they play, they played them tough."
Of course the Cowboys, perhaps more than any team, know what Tom Coughlin’s Giants are made of--and as Dez Bryant so presciently said prior to the loss to the Redskins, records don’t mean much in rivalry games.
"That was one game for them," linebacker Kyle Wilber said of New York’s loss to San Francisco. "That doesn't mean they're going to turnover the ball five times each game. It just means they had a bad game.”
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