Eli Manning likes his team’s chances this Sunday night at the friendly confines of JerryWorld.
Manning and co., as you might remember, spoiled the regular season opener of Cowboys Stadium back in 2009 by a score of 33-31--this in front of an NFL record 105,121 souls. Overall, the Giants are 2-0 at the venue, a history that is the basis for Manning’s confidence going into this Sunday night’s matchup.
"We've had some good games there, so I think any time you get to play in good weather, in a dome and on turf, it's always pretty good conditions to throw the football,” Manning said, per the Dallas Morning News. “So obviously they're a talented football team, they've got a new defensive coordinator doing some different things on defense this year. So we've got to get prepared, but we've played well in the past so hopefully we can continue to do that."
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