Giants Vs. Cowboys Score: Dallas Tallies Touchdown, Gains Momentum Heading Into Fourth Quarter

The Dallas Cowboys tallied a touchdown, but the New York Giants collected a huge interception that has helped the Giants take a two-score lead against the Cowboys, who trail, 21-7, entering the fourth quarter of a NFC East title game at MetLife Stadium in east Rutherford, NJ. The winner earns the division crown and a postseason date with the Atlanta Falcons next Sunday (1 p.m. on FOX).

Dallas used a six-play, 94-yard drive that was capped off by a 34-yard touchdown reception by wide receiver Laurent Robinson from quarterback Tony Romo that trimmed the Giants 21-point halftime lead to just 14.

The Cowboys used the momentum from the touchdown to force a three-and-out by the Giants, who somewhat slowed down the Dallas surge when safety Antrel Rolle picked of Romo on the fifth play of the follwing drive.

However, the Giants swing was short lived as the Cowboys forced a turnovers on downs and now as the ball at the Giants 24-yard line facing a 2nd-and-15 as the fourth quarter begins.

For more coverage of the Cowboys vs. Giants, stay tuned to our storystream. For more Giants coverage, visit our team page or our blog Big Blue View. For complete Cowboys coverage, visit our team page or our blog Blogging the Boys.

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