All of the trouble started in Dallas. That's where the Giants lost their season opener to the Cowboys, 36-31. After that, the Giants (4-6) lost five more in a row, followed by their current four-game winning streak. A win Sunday at MetLife Stadium against those same Cowboys (5-5) would move them into a tie for second place in the NFC East with Dallas. Here are three things that must go differently than they did in the first matchup two months ago.
Establish the run
The Giants gained just 50 yards on the ground at Cowboys Stadium. It didn't help that David Wilson lost two fumbles and coach Tom Coughlin was forced to turn to Da'Rel Scott, who is no longer with the team. The big difference this weekend is the presence of Andre Brown, who began the season on injured reserve and already is the team's leading rusher after two appear