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    5 bold predictions for New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys in week 5 By: Alexander Wilson October 10, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditIf the New York Giants put up fewer than 12 points, which their average through four games suggests, they will undoubtedly lose the Dallas Cowboys by a fair margin. Despite the Giants’ defense ranking 13th in scoring allowed and fifth in yards per game allowed, Dallas has a high-octane offense capable of tearing apart any defense. Last week against the Browns, the Cowboys put up 38 points, with Dak Prescott throwing four touchdowns and 502 yards. For Big Blue to overcome the Cowboys, their offense must find a spark and attack their weakness secondary. Allowing 36.5 points per game through four weeks, the current Dallas defense is the worst in team history, giving Daniel Jones and his struggling unit a slim advantage. Five bold predictions for the New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys in week 5: 1.) The pass rush will be dominant against a thinned Dallas O-line Dallas will be without...
    The best offensive line Leonard Williams faced last season looks very different now. For that matter, so does he. Williams has two sacks in four games this season — four times as many as in 15 games last season — and leads the Giants with four quarterback hurries. He is trending toward his most productive season since making the Pro Bowl with the Jets in 2016. “I’ve been playing good, but I don’t think I’m playing at a crazy higher level than I have in the past,” Williams said. “I’ve been playing the same way I have [against] the run since I’ve been in the league. In these first few games, I’ve just been able to make the sack count instead of [settling for] those quarterback hits.” Williams spent time with former All-Pro defensive lineman Richard Seymour in the offseason, but said the biggest difference in his game is increased confidence and a mentality to attack instead of react. “My game hasn’t changed too much,” Williams said. “I get a lot of noise in the media, but I’m always around...