After 12 games a year ago, Dak Prescott had the Dallas Cowboys on a franchise-record winning streak, cruising toward the playoffs. In the star quarterback's second season, the postseason essentially started with five games to go, thanks to some early-season struggles and the three-game skid when star running back Ezekiel Elliott finally started serving his six-game suspension over alleged domestic violence. Prescott, the reigning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, embraces the ''playoffs start now'' mentality as the Cowboys (6-6) prepare to visit the last-place New York Giants on Sunday a year after they were 11-1 with 11 straight wins on their way to an NFC-best 13-3.

Eli Manning spoke of his respect for departed New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo while outlining his excitement at being restored to the starting quarterback role for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Manning was controversially demoted last weekend, ending his run of 210 consecutive regular-season starts, as McAdoo opted to select Geno Smith against the Oakland Raiders.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady got into it with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels last week. It was a big deal because it was Brady, but pretty much instantly excused because it was Brady. Brady has a history of histrionics on the field and occasionally on the sideline too.

“It was a privilege and an honor to serve as a head coach of the New York Giants and be a member of the organization for four years. My family and I enjoyed every day of my tenure with the Giants, thanks in large part to the commitment of everybody in the organization.

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning is back as the New York Giants' starting quarterback. A week after being benched by former coach Ben McAdoo, Manning was put back into the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys by interim coach Steve Spagnuolo. ''My gut right now says Eli should be the starter,'' Spagnuolo said in explaining the move after practice Wednesday.

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning is back as the New York Giants' starting quarterback. A week after being benched by former coach Ben McAdoo, Manning was put back into the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys by interim coach Steve Spagnuolo. "My gut right now says Eli should be the starter," Spagnuolo said in explaining the move after practice Wednesday.

Interim New York Giants coach Steve Spagnuolo has confirmed Eli Manning will reclaim the starting quarterback role for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Manning's streak of 210 consecutive starts ended last week when head coach Ben McAdoo instead selected Geno Smith to face the Oakland Raiders, a decision met with much derision around the NFL. McAdoo was duly fired along with GM Jerry Reese on Monday and, having announced that decision, Giants co-owner John Mara said his understanding was Manning would start against Dallas.

Two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Eli Manning will be back under center for the New York Giants on Sunday. Interim coach Steve Spagnuolo said it was a "gut" feeling to return Manning to his starting role, one week after he was benched by head coach Ben McAdoo. The move led to an uproar that ended with McAdoo being shown the door on Monday.

Each week, we'll take a look at how the Eagles' division rivals fared the previous weekend (spoiler alert: you can still pre-order your NFC East Champions hats by clicking HERE) and what they have upcoming. While the Birds took a shot across the bow Sunday night, Dallas kept the division title in question for one more week by smacking down Washington last Thursday. Oh, and the Giants fired everybody.

Eli Manning is back as the Giants starting quarterback, the team announced Wednesday. The news comes shortly after the team fired coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese. The Giants are 2-10 heading into a Week 14 matchup with the Cowboys.

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