Giants Vs. Cowboys Halftime Score: Dallas Leads, 17-15, After Trading Touchdowns In Second Quarter

Eli Manning and the New York Giants are currently locked in a seesaw battle with the Dallas Cowboys in the Lone Star State. Unfortunately for Giants fans, New York is on the high side of the play so far, trailing 17-15 at halftime.

After a slow start to the game that included a safety and a misfire in the red zone, the Giants got in gear in the second quarter, with 10 points on a field goal and a Brandon Jacobs touchdown run. Manning has thrown for 146 yards, but completed just nine of 19 throws in the first half.

And the field goal came off a turnover. Jason Pierre-Paul stripped Felix Jones on a run and fumbled the ball directly into Deon Grant's hands, but the Giants couldn't turn great field position into more than three points.

Meanwhile, the Cowboys have done some scoring of their own, with Tony Romo finding Laurent Robinson on a second quarter touchdown pass and leading Dallas down the field for another field goal to put the Cowboys ahead at the half.

The early safety has meant that the lead is constantly changing hands; there have been five lead changes so far in this one.

For more on the Giants, visit Big Blue View. For more on the Cowboys, visit Blogging the Boys.

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