Another week, another Dallas Cowboys win. The Cowboys extend their win streak to 3 games after a 36-28 win over the previously unbeaten Carolina Panthers.

Players on both sides of the ball continue to dominate the field. After a tight first half, the Cowboys we’ve known them to be this year took over, scoring through the air and ground, as well as players ‘taking turns’ making plays on defense.

Dak Prescott, the running game, the receiving core (tight ends included) and offensive line have been near unstoppable so far, but that was expected. The defense has stepped up beyond their expectations and are bringing down quarterbacks, stuffing the run, and creating turnovers around the field.

It’s good feelings in the Cowboys Nation.

Next up is another rivalry game. This time with the New York Giants (1-3), fresh off their 1st win of the season. The Cowboys are early favorites, but any NFC East game is never an easy task.

The staff at A to Z Sports made their picks and analysis for the game this weekend below:

Adam Holt (@Bolt_Holt)

Saquon and Daniel Jones have looked solid over the past couple of weeks for the Giants, but the Cowboys weapons on offense will be too much for the NYG defense. Expect a bounce back game from CeeDee Lamb. Dak and company will take this one.

Cowboys 31 Giants 20

Cole Patterson (@colelpatterson)

Divisional games are always tricky, but Dallas is simply the better team. Dak Prescott is rolling, Zeke looks like his old self, and the weapons on offense are too much for defenses to handle. Add in the fact that Dan Quinn has his side of the ball playing well and some injures on the Giants, and the Cowboys should comfortably win.

Cowboys 27 Giants 17

Jadon Vann (@jadonvann)

Dak and the offense have another great week utilizing their balanced attack. Defense blocks out the noise and puts up another great game.

Cowboys 38 Giants 16

Shane Carter (@ShaneCarterTx)

Daniel Jones and the Giants passing attack has seen a noticeable improvement through the first 4 games of the season, and that should be commended. So has just about everything else for the Dallas Cowboys. As opposed to 2020, this year’s New York defense hasn’t played up to the same level as the offense. The Giants allow over 120 rushing yards per game and I expect that to continue with the 1-2 punch of Zeke and Pollard. Don’t be surprised if this causes the safety’s to play closer and Dak takes a couple shots down the field. 

Cowboys 34 Giants 24