EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - When it comes to getting into the end zone, there is no one on the New York Giants better than Rueben Randle.
The second-year wide receiver has caught six touchdowns in the last six games to take over the team lead. No other receiver has caught a TD in that span.
Victor Cruz caught the last of his four touchdowns on Sept. 29, and Hakeem Nicks is still looking for his first of the season heading into the Giants' must-win game against the Dallas Cowboys (5-5) on Sunday.
New York (4-6) will be looking for its fifth straight win, a feat that would tie it with Tennessee as the only teams in NFL history to lose their first six games and win the next five.

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