New York Giants are defeated by the Dallas Cowboys in the traditional Thanksgiving Day matchup.
To start a Thanksgiving game against the New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys toyed with their meal before finding their rhythm and heaping on.
The Cowboys defeated their NFC East foe 28-20 at the conclusion of the meal, and it wasn't as close as a last-second Giants touchdown made it appear.
The Cowboys, who defeated the Giants in this season's series, are currently 8-3 and firmly in second place in their division.
The Cowboys were fortunate to only be down 13-7 at the half after New York scored thanks to an amazing 44-yard catch by receiver Darius Slayton that set up a 1-yard touchdown run by running back Saquon Barkley.
Nevertheless, the Cowboys took charge after the break. With a 14-play, 75-yard touchdown drive, they regained the lead after exorcising third-down demons with just Lamb's left hand.
The Cowboys also made some progress on the ground, amassing 170 running yards in total, surpassing 150 for the fourth game in a row. Tony Pollard added 60 additional yards on 18 carries, while Ezekiel Elliott finished second with 92 yards on 16 carries.