Will Giants continue to feel right AT&T home in Dallas?

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul dunks New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul dunks the football after he intercepted a pass by Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and returned it for a touchdown in the first half at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. (Oct. 28, 2012) Photo Credit: MCT

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tom.rock@newsday.com - The Death Star has a new name, but will the change bring the Cowboys better luck on their home turf against the Giants?

Mammoth 80,000-plus Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas -- nicknamed for the Star Wars lunar-sized space weapon -- became AT&T Stadium in late July after Cowboys owner Jerry Jones struck a naming-rights deal, estimated between $17 million and $19 million per year with the communications giant. It is the second big-league venue for AT&T, which also has its name on the San Francisco Giants' ballpark.

And speaking of Giants, New York's are 4-0 in Jones' stadium since it opened in 2009.

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