Brandon Jacobs Touchdown Gives Giants Lead Again Over Cowboys

Brandon Jacobs is the New York Giants running back of choice in the early goings of their Sunday Night Football game against the Dallas Cowboys and the big man is making the most of it. After pulling off an impressive hurdle earlier in the game, Jacobs scored a touchdown to help the Giants re-gain the lead in the second quarter.

Jacobs needed only to barrel in from one-yard out to score for New York and allow himself to be tied with Tiki Barber for the most touchdown's all-time for the Giants with 55. Following the touchdown, he completed a rather interesting touchdown celebration on top the Cowboys' star in the end zone.

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Jacobs now has nine rushing attempts for 44 yards and a touchdown to go with his awkward dance on the helmet star. That won't make any Cowboys fans happy, we're sure.

For more on the Giants head over to Big Blue View. For more on the Cowboys, check out Blogging The Boys. Follow the rest of week 14 at SB Nation NFL.

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