A statistical look at the Giants' Week 1 matchup in STATS+ presented by New York Lottery:
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, the 2016 Offensive Rookie of the Year, had a 58.6 passer rating in two games against the Giants last season. Overall, Prescott finished with a 104.9 passer rating in 16 games, trailing only Matt Ryan and Tom Brady, the two starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl LI.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was held to 18 yards in two meetings with the Giants last season, thanks largely to the play of Pro Bowl cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who forced a fumble on one of the two receptions.
The Giants allowed 26 overall touchdowns in 2016, the fewest in the NFL.
Eli Manning has passed for 6,226 yards in his career against the Cowboys in the regular season, the most ever by a Dallas opponent. Phil Simms is second with 4,804 yards.
The Giants and Cowboys have gone head-to-head 12 times on "Sunday Night Football" over the years, with each team winning six of those games. That means this week's winner will take the series lead in the primetime slot.
Giants.com takes a look at the all-time touchdown leaders in Giants history against the Dallas Cowboys.