Cowboys Trail Giants at Half, 13-6

New York has scored ten points off of turnovers


The Dallas Cowboys looked dominant at times, but one half into the 2015 season, thanks to missed opportunities and a pair of turnovers, the Cowboys trail the New York Giants, 13-6.

Dan Bailey opened the scoring with a 21-yard field goal to cap the Cowboys’ first drive and give them a 3-0 lead.

The Giants tied it with a 50-yard field goal off the foot of Josh Brown a couple minutes later, but the tie would be broken again in the second quarter with Bailey’s second field goal of the night, a 32-yarder to make it 6-3 Dallas.

New York then went on an improbable run in the final three minutes of the half, scoring ten points off of a Cole Beasley fumble returned for a touchdown and a Tony Romo interception, which resulted in a 40-yard field goal for Brown.

The Giants will receive the kick to start the second half.

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