Kickoff: 4:25PM EDT
Site: AT&T Stadium
Surface: Matrix artificial turf
Weather: Partly cloudy, high 70s (if retractable roof is open)
TV: FOX -- Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Charissa Thompson (Field reporter)
Radio: WFAN 660AM, 101.9FM -- Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross SIRIUS: 133 (NYG), 85 (Dal) XM: 85 (Dal)
Referee: Jerome Boger
The Line: Cowboys by 6 1/2; O/U 48
The Series: Dallas leads 59-42-2 and has won three of past four meetings.
Last meeting: Cowboys 24 at Giants 21 (11/24/13). Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant caught nine passes for 86 yards and tight end Jason Witten had two touchdown catches. Cowboys safety Jeff Heath scored on a 50-yard fumble return.
Last meeting at Cowboys Stadium: Cowboys 36, Giants 31 (9/8/13). Dallas wide receiver Miles Austin had 10 catches for 72 yards. Cowboys defense had three interceptions, including cornerback Brandon Carr’s 49-yard interception for a touchdown.
OUT: RB Rashad Jennings (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Spencer Paysinger (hamstring), CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (back, hamstring)
PROBABLE: LB Jon Beason (toe), P Steve Weatherford (left ankle)
OUT: LB Bruce Carter (thigh), T Doug Free (foot)
DOUBTFUL: DE Jack Crawford (calf)
PROBABLE: WR Dez Bryant (shoulder), LB Cameron Lawrence (thigh), LB Rolando McClain (groin, not injury related), RB DeMarco Murray (illness), T Jermey Parnell (chest), QB Tony Romo (back, ankle), T Tyron Smith (ankle), DE Anthony Spencer (knee, foot)
Quarterback Eli Manning has won four of five starts at AT&T Stadium & has a 100-plus rating in three of those five. Manning has started 157 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL.
Running back Andre Williams leads NFC rookies with 228 rush yards.
Wide receiver Rueben Randle had 5 catches for 101 yards last year in Dallas. Tight end Larry Donnell has four touchdowns, the past three coming on the road. Donnell is tied for the lead among NFC tight ends with four receiving touchdowns. Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.. made five of his six catches on first down (83.3 percent).
In past the three meetings in Dallas, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had four sacks and scored a touchdown on a 28-yard interception return. Pierre-Paul is the only defensive end in the NFL with two interceptions for touchdowns since 2012. Safety Antrel Rolle has an interception in three of the past four games; those three have him tied for the NFL lead.
Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins had two sacks last year against Dallas. Defensive end Damontre Moore has a sack in two of the past three games.
The Cowboys have won five in a row and are 5-1 for the first time since 2007.
Quarterback Tony Romo aims for his third win in a row against the Giants. Romo has a 100-plus QB rating in seven of his past 11 starts against the Giants. He had a 110.2 rating last week and is third in the NFC (100.5).
Running back DeMarco Murray leads the NFL with 785 rush yards and six rushing touchdowns. Murray has 100-plus rushing yards in all six games this year and joined Jim Brown (1958) as the only players with 100-plus rush yards in a team’s first six games. In the past three meetings, he has 391 yards from scrimmage (130.3 per game), including 303 on the ground (101 per game).
Since 2011, Bryant has 38 receiving touchdowns, the most in the NFL. Wide receiver Terrance Williams has four touchdowns in the past four games.
Tight end Jason Witten has 900 career catches. Whitten, 32, is the second-youngest to reach this mark. In 2012, he had a career-high 18 catches and 167 yards against the Giants.
Cornerback Brandon Carr had an interception for a touchdown at MetLife last year. Defensive end George Selvie had a sack and fumble recovery last year in Dallas. Safety Barry Church has 22 tackles and two forced fumbles in their past three meetings.