Golden keys: The Giants will clinch the NFC East division title on Sunday with a 10-0 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in their second meeting of the season.
After falling behind by 20 points late in the fourth quarter, New York led 30-24 entering the fourth period before a pair of Giants touchdowns tied the game at 28-28.
After a 34-yarder by Brandon Marshall with 1:42 remaining and a 34, 49-yard field goal by Brandon Jacobs with 1.9 seconds left to put the Giants up 20-20, Odell Beckham Jr. put New York on the board with a 14-yard touchdown pass to receiver Andre Johnson.
Beckham had a chance to tie the game on a 1-yard pass to WR Travis Benjamin late in regulation, but the pass was deflected and the Giants won it back.
Beckham then found Antonio Brown for a 15-yard score to put New England up 27-24.
After the Giants held off a furious Cowboys defense, Johnson, who was limited to one carry, finished with his second touchdown catch of the game to tie it at 31 with 2:35 remaining.
The Giants defense held Cowboys running back Darren McFadden to just 23 yards on seven carries.
Dallas led 32-21 at halftime after running for a touchdown on a 3-yard run by D.J. Reader and another on a 7-yard burst by Rashad Jennings.
New York had a field goal to make it 37-31 with 5:12 left in the first half.
Beckson had his second score of the night when he connected with Jennings for a 3 with 1 minute, 36 seconds left in regulation.
The next drive had the Giants on the scoreboard again, this time with a 4-yard TD run by Johnson to tie things up with 2 minutes, 39 seconds left.
Beckham, who had two catches for 35 yards in the second half, then added a 5-yard gain to make the score 33-31.
The Giants scored two touchdowns on the drive, including the tying TD pass from Beckham to Brown, who caught a 27-yard dart in the end zone to give the Giants a 24-24 lead.
After Johnson caught a 36-yard completion to set up the winning field goal, Brown threw a touchdown pass and Johnson connected with Beckham again to make things 28-24 with 1 minutes, 56 seconds left on the clock.
Beckham’s touchdown pass made it 28-21.