The Dallas Cowboys will once again have to play the “catch-up game” after falling behind early against the New York Giants on Sunday.

With six minutes remaining in the first quarter, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw a pick-six to Kyle Fackrell, giving the Giants a 14-3 lead.

Playing the catch-up game is not something new for the Cowboys this season, as they’ve specialized in falling behind early. In Week 2 against the Atlanta Falcons, they fell behind 20-0 in the first quarter. However, they were able to rally late in the fourth quarter to come up with the win.

Then in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns, they were down as much as 27 points in the fourth quarter. However, once again, they were able to rally back into the game, but they fell short, losing 49-38.

Nevertheless, with that said, there’s nothing to be proud of playing the catch-up game—if they win today’s game against the Giants. The Cowboys will certainly need to make adjustments going forward.

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