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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — A decade after a signature victory for Eli Manning in the same building, the writing on the wall will only get more pronounced for the two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback with each loss the New York Giants have like their opener.

Daniel Jones, the heir apparent to Manning, could be doing more than taking a few snaps late in an out-of-reach game like the sixth overall pick in this year’s draft did in a 35-17 loss Sunday to Dallas.

While Manning threw for 306 yards to start his record 16th season with the Giants, fourth-year quarterback Dak Prescott and the NFC East rival Cowboys easily moved the ball up and

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