It's been a brutal stretch for the Giants over their last five games, but despite dropping four-straight, they have their destiny in their hands. If they can beat Dallas twice and win one of their other two games, they will win the NFC East.

The Cowboys have jumped into the NFC East lead with a strong defense that doesn't allow a lot of points and is adept at forcing turnovers. The Dallas offense is ranked 8th in the league in terms of yards and rookie running back DeMarco Murray is having a great season with over 800 yards with an average gain of 5.5 yards per carry. With Dez Bryant, Laurent Robinson, Jason Whitten and the expected return of Miles Austin, Dallas QB Tony Romo will have plenty of targets to throw to.

It won't be easy to win in Dallas, but the Giants made a statement last week. They came very close to beating the perfect Packers and they showed the fight and toughness that had been lacking in their games with New Orleans and Philadelphia. The revamped offensive line with Petrus at guard and Boothe at center rediscovered the running game. Eli Manning has been exceptional this year and he always seems to have big games in Dallas. They won't clinch anything this weekend, but the guess here is that New York comes home with a big win in Big D.