What a fucking game, wow, feel like I may need to go to a hospital and be checked for cardiac arrest. The Giants win 20-19 in the most Giants way possible, making a game they should've won easily, way closer than it needed to be, but hey a win is a win. We went into Dallas today facing a rookie running back, a rookie quarter back, and a deflated Dallas defense, so immediately I was pretty confident we were going to walk a way with a sound win. What I didn't take into account was that the Giants also had a big time rookie making his debut today, Head Coach Ben McAdoo. What an awful debut it was out of him, he played way too conservative on the last drive of the game, he didn't throw the ball once, and basically was playing not to lose. He also made no halftime adjustments, literally stuck to the same gameplan that didn't work in the first half, and he made a few bad judgement calls as well. Enough about how bad of a coach McAdoo is though, the Cowboys fan boys hopefully realized the hype around Dak isn't true. He looked a lot like Chad Pennington today, he looked very efficient in the first half because he was nickel and diming the Giants defense all the way down the field. Once we started taking that away and he had to actually make NFL throws, he simply couldn't, so Cowboys fans should be really worried about Dak next week since the teams will actually have game film on him now. Ezekiel Elliot did not impress me whatsoever, behind the best offensive line in the league he still only rushed for 50 yards on 20 carries, not an impressive start by the "next Emmit Smith." The Giants offense looked unstoppable at times, and at times the offense looked lost. I'm not worried about the offense at all though, shaking off some rust no big deal, our receivers look like they can really be a special group. Great to see Victor Cruz back in the endzone doing his patent salsa, what a warrior that guy is. Our run game was actually present today, that's more than we can say for all of last season. Our defense didn't look too sharp, especially after we spent 100 million dollars on them. I have to say they stopped Dallas when it mattered and held them to mostly field goals, the one touchdown Dallas scored was off a turnover so they only had to go like 30 yards so that's on the offense. They came up clutch when it mattered most, we were able to stop the Cowboys on the final drive of the game, something we weren't able to do all of last season. I think that was really crucial to see because if we just could've done that last season we would've won 12 games. I'll take a win regardless of how we get it, they're hard enough to come by in this league, so 1-0 is the only stat that matters to me today. Bleed Blue.