Week 8 NFL picks: Giants vs. Cowboys

Tom Pennington

The experts give their picks for who will win the NFC East matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants. Do you agree?

The New York Giants (5-2) will be entering Sunday's Week 8 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys (3-3) with a head full of steam. Fresh off a come-from-behind victory against the Washington Redskins in Week 7, the reigning Super Bowl champions have won their last three games.

With the sting of their Week 1 loss against the Cowboys still lingering with them, the Giants will look to improve their division record to 2-2 with a win on Sunday.

Dallas will be entering the game fresh off a victory against the Carolina Panthers. Despite registering bringing their record back to .500, the Cowboys have struggled with consistency in recent weeks and had lost consecutive games against the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens in frustrating fashion.

According to Ryan Van Bibber at SB Nation, the Cowboys will be victorious on Sunday registering a 30-27 victory over the Giants. Over at Yahoo!, their two experts are split on who will win, but the majority of the site's subscribers have picked the Giants to win. Meanwhile, FoxSports.com and the majority of experts at CBSSports.com have selected the Giants to improve to 6-2.

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