There's never been any love lost between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, and that was never more evident than when Big Blue co-owner John Mara spoke out in support of the penalties levied against the Cowboys (and Washington Redskins) for manipulating the salary cap (or lack thereof) in 2010. Naturally, that didn't sit well with Jerry Jones, Dallas' often out-spoken owner.
“I would like to settle this on the field,” Jones said before passing on the suggestion of a halftime boxing match with his fellow owner.
Jones did follow that statement up by saying he felt their relationship was "very good" from his perspective. Despite that, it's no real secret that tensions are bit high at the moment.
Nevertheless, the chance to "settle it on the field" will come sooner rather than later as the Giants and Cowboys will kickoff the 2012-2013 NFL season on Wednesday, September 5th at 8:30 on NBC.
In 2011, Big Blue defeated the Cowboys twice, including a week 17 game for the NFC East crown and playoff spot.
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