SportsGiants Giants' keys to beat Falcons in Week 2 Odell Beckham Jr. #13 of the New York Giants looks on after a game against the Washington Redskins at MetLife Stadium on Dec. 14, 2014 in East Rutherford, N.J. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Alex Goodlett By SCOTT FONTANA email@example.com @Scott_Fontana Updated September 18, 2015 9:14 AM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email The Giants' heart-wrenching 27-26 loss to the Cowboys in last Sunday's season opener might end up being one of those "and they never recovered" moments. But it doesn't have to be, especially if Big Blue claims victory this Sunday against the visiting Falcons. Here's a look at what the Giants must do at MetLife Stadium to avoid an 0-2 start. Contain Julio Falcons receiver Julio Jones celebrated his recent contract extension with two touchdown receptions in Atlanta's 26-24 Monday night win against the Eagles. On the whole, the Giants were holding Dallas wideout Dez Bryant in check (five catches, 48 yards, no scores) before he left with a foot injury during the third quarter Sunday, and they'll look to replicate similar results against Jones if a hamstring injury doesn't keep him sidelined this week. Get down with ODB The contributions from Giants wideout Odell Beckham Jr. were unusually subdued. His five catches for 44 yards each were his fewest totals since Oct. 19 of last season. Incidentally, that game was in Dallas, too. The Falcons defense wasn't as bad as advertised on Monday, but odds are good Beckham makes his presence felt with Victor Cruz looking unlikely to play. In the running Giants running backs, led by Rashad Jennings, weren't given enough chances to get into a groove -- and apparently weren't encouraged to score touchdowns down the stretch. The latter lesson was learned the hard way, and maybe offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo will let Jennings tote the ball more against a weak Atlanta defense than the 13 times he did at Dallas. By SCOTT FONTANA firstname.lastname@example.org @Scott_Fontana Scott has been amNewYork's sports editor since 2012 and has more than a decade of experience covering sports. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.