The Dallas Cowboys attention is now hyper focused on an NFC East foe; New York Giants (7-3). While the Cowboys are coming off a dismantling victory over the Vikings, the Giants are coming off a double-digit loss at home against the Detroit Lions.

Since the Cowboys beat the Giants earlier in the year, they currently own the tiebreaker. Sitting ahead at second in the division, and fifth in the latest playoff standings.

However, a win that would put the Cowboys a game closer to the Philadelphia Eagles isn’t the only thing at stake.

For weeks now, the Dallas Cowboys and others have been courting free agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. With Dallas being the clearly loudest suitors.

A week ago, it was announced that OBJ had narrowed his list to Dallas, NY (Giants), San Francisco, Buffalo and Kansas City. With not only a multi-year deal desired, but to actually be used in the scheme.

In fact, it was revealed by a report put out by the New York Post from Beckham’s high school coach that it will come down to the Giants and Cowboys.

That turned out to be true.

After their Thanksgiving game, Beckham will meet with both the Cowboys and Giants. Meaning the winner of this game could have an extra incentive. With the Cowboys at an early advantage.

Following their 40-3 win over the Vikings, the NFL world not only saw OBJ was watching, but that Cowboys players, former and current, are continuing to recruit the playmaker.

The Dallas Cowboys seemingly have an early advantage in the Beckham sweepstakes. Not only did they beat the Giants in New Jersey earlier this season, but that was with Cooper Rush at quarterback.

QB Dak Prescott is back in, and reportedly is a big incentive for OBJ. Not only does he want to play for a contender, but with a great quarterback as well.

There is more at stake in Arlington, TX on Thanksgiving day for these teams.

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