This article is part of our Run 'N' Shoot series.
As much as I want to start in Buffalo, any Week 1 recap has to begin in Dallas, where the Giants simply handed the Cowboys a win. I'm not sure which part was the worst – calling a pass play up by three on third-and-goal from the 1 with 1:43 remaining, Eli throwing the ball away on that play (and stopping the clock) or the Giants kicking a field goal on the ensuing fourth down. If New York had called two straight runs, its worst-case scenario was Dallas getting the ball on its own 1 with a minute left, needing a field goal to tie (and playing for such). Instead, the Giants gave Dallas more time, better field position and forced them to play for the win. We won't see worse coaching in the end-game all year.
(Edit by Stopa: Holy schmoly. I just read a quote from Rashad Jennings that the coaches told him not to score. No flippin' way ... I can't make this up; it's too bizarre. Now, to be clear, there are scenarios where an offense should not score, but Sunday night plainly wasn't one of them.)
• Now ... how about them Bills? If you didn't watch, the 27-14 final doesn't do the throttling justice. Buffalo led 24-0 at one point and made