Every week, our regular game predictions will be released on gameday. That leaves Saturday for our bold predictions column.
Last week, not very many of our bold predictions came true. In fact, the only one that did was that the NFC East would get a bit trickier. That it did.
Onto Week 7 as the Giants take on the Cowboys:
1. Dwayne Harris catches a TD against his old team
When the Giants and Cowboys squared off in the season opener, Harris did not have as large of a role in the offense as he does now as the slot receiver.
As Philadelphia's defense proved, the goal is to take Odell Beckham Jr. out of the mix. That leaves Harris, Rueben Randle and Larry Donnell to step up in his place.
Expect Harris to grab a touchdown against his former 'mates.
2. Christine Michael leads Dallas in touches
Joseph Randle is listed as the starter and has been all year. The issue is Randle has been average all year.
Dallas does not have the dynamic rushing attack it did a year ago with DeMarco Murray. In need of a spark, the Cowboys are going to turn over backfield duties to Michael, who's expected to have a larger role this week for the first time this season.
Don't be surprised when Michael leads the Cowboys in touches and makes the most of them against the Giants.
3. Giants hold Cowboys without a passing TD
Since Week 2, no team has thrown fewer touchdown passes than the Cowboys. That's a product of Tony Romo being out of the lineup and Brandon Weeden stepping in.
However, Matt Cassel was unable to beat out E.J. Manuel and Tyrod Taylor in Buffalo and is new to the Dallas scheme. Expect more turnovers then passing touchdowns from Dallas, regardless of who's under center.
4. Cowboys get to Eli Manning, but not enough
It's a mismatch. The Cowboys have Greg Hardy and Randy Gregory, who will get to tee off against rookie Ereck Flowers and an offensive line that surrendered a season-high three sacks last week.
The Cowboys will be able to generate pressure on Manning and even sack him, but not for three times like Philly did or the five they posted against New England.
The Dallas sack total will be less than three. Book it!
5. This game will not be close
No one forgot the first game between these two teams. If you did, the Giants surrendered a fourth-quarter lead and fell victim to a Cowboys comeback.
It was the first of two fourth-quarter leads the Giants would give up in as many games to open 2015.
This time, expect New York to play with a vengeance. The players and coaches did not forget what happened Week 1, and given how poorly the team played Week 6 in Philly, this one could be a double-digit win.