The New York Giants will host the Dallas Cowboys in the Meadowlands in Week 12. New York has won four straight games and is looking to make an amazing turnaround to make the playoffs and win the NFC East. The Cowboys are coming off a bye week and trail the Philadelphia Eagles for the lead in the division. With a win for either team, the NFC East title picture will get a bit more interesting.
The folks in Vegas are surprisingly in favor of the home team, as the Giants are considered 2.5-point favorites in this matchup, according to OddsShark. Both teams are expected to score quite a bit, as the over/under for the game is 47.5 points. With two horrible defenses, this game has the makings of a shootout.
If New York wins, it will be tied with Dallas for second place in the division at 5-6. If the Cowboys comes out on top, they will be tied for the lead with the Eagles.
Babers did see The Lion King and Jersey Boys with his family. In the latter, he saw the future of his program.
The thing that cracked me up was the opening line of Jersey Boys. Now I’m sitting here, first and second Broadway show, never been to one live, Babers said, and in the Jersey Boys, the opening line says — they’re singing — but the first time the guy talks, he goes, ‘Hi, my name’s Tommy DeVito, and I put New Jersey on the map.’
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That moment was close to the vision he’d promised. In his introductory press conference, Babers asked those in attendance — even the media — to close their eyes and envision a team that could win in all three phases and bring a din to the Carrier Dome.