Follow the action as the Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants in the regular season opener at AT&T Stadium.
Dallas all but iced the game with a drive that chewed up 5:53 of clock near the end of the fourth. Dan Bailey's fourth field goal of the game put the Cowboys up 19-3.
Anthony Brown had intercepted an Eli Manning pass with just under eight minutes to play.
The Giants' offense finally showed signs of life on their first drive of the second half, driving 68 yards on 16 plays, but stalled inside the red zone and settled for a field goal.
Dallas scored 10 points in the final two minutes of play in the first half. A Jason Witten touchdown with just under two minutes to play was followed by a Giants three-and-out and a 42-yard Dan Bailey field goal
Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been ruled out for the remainder of the game with a hand injury.
Dallas took a 6-0 lead with Dan Bailey's second field goal of the game just over two minutes into the second frame.
With an 11-yard grab in the second quarter, Jason Witten passed Michael Irvin to become the Cowboys' new all-time career receiving yards leader.
Jason Witten makes history with an 11-yard grab in the second quarter pic.twitter.com/0zfDc3PC64— Landon Haaf (@LandonHaaf) September 11, 2017
A 51-yard drive ends in a field goal to put the Cowboys up 3-0 early.
Pinned inside their own 5-yard line by a Chris Jones punt, the Giants went three-and-out on their first drive of the game. DeMarcus Lawrence recorded a third-down sack for Dallas.
Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams was hurt on the first offensive play of the game but would later return. The Cowboys punted on their first drive of the season.
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., was ruled inactive just over an hour before kickoff as he battles an ankle injury suffered during the preseason.