Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will be extra motivated in Week 1 as he admits that for him playing against their division-rivals New York giants is more than "just a regular game."

Dallas will be kicking off their 2017/2018 campaign in front of their fans at the AT&T Stadium on Sunday night. The Cowboys, one of the top favorites to win it all this year, are eager to open their season on a strong tale. Dallas will also be seeking a revenge this weekend, having lost twice to the Giants last season. The Cowboys won 13 games regular season games a year

Dallas will also be seeking a revenge this weekend, having lost twice to the Giants last season.

The Cowboys won 13 games regular season games a year ago but just couldn't edge the Giants. The Giants beat the Cowboys in Texas in Week 1, before they ended on the winning side in New York later that year. The Giants "stole" both games as Dallas blew leads in each of their two matchups. A fourth-quarter touchdown in Dallas and a 10-0 third quarter run in New York helped the Giants seal 20-19 and 10-7 victories, respectively.

"It's special," Prescott told NBC's Tony Dungy during the Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots game, per Barry Horn of Dallas Sports News. "It's the first game of Year Two for me. Not for one second am I going to say it's one of 16. We've got to start on the right foot. We've got to get this win against an in-division team, a team we didn't beat last year, and get going - get going the right way."

The Giants ruined Prescott's debut

Prescott's first official NFL game came against the Cowboys.

As now-retired Tony Romo was injured, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett introduced Prescott as 2016 Week 1 starter against the Giants. Prescott, a 2016 fourth-round pick out of Mississipi State, wanted to show the Cowboys Nation that he belongs in the team. Prescott completed for 227 yards on 45 attempts during the game. However, Victor Cruz's decisive fourth-quarter touchdown caused Prescott's career to start with a loss.

WR Bryant ready to roll

Prescott has also tipped Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant to "show up" against the Giants on Sunday. Bryant, 28, had rough showings against the Giants last season as he was shut down by Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins. Bryant caught just two passes in those outings -- one in each game -- which were enough for a total of 18 yards. The 28-year-old also fumbled the ball after his catch at MetLife Stadium and had one pass to him intercepted.

Bryant, who has played 13 times against the Giants so far in his career, has collected 884 yards on 59 catches along with six touchdowns scored.

He will certainly be hoping to be a bigger factor this year against the divisional rivals. However, Jenkins will surely try his best to once again "get the job done" against Bryant.

Per ESPN's Todd Archer, Prescott said he knows what makes Bryant "hungry," before adding: "Dez is ready to go. He's ready for this matchup. Like you said, Janoris is a Pro Bowl guy. He's a good cornerback out there. So it's just good for us to run our offense. If we move Dez around, we move him around. They may move Janoris around with him. Where Dez is I don't think really matters as much as he's ready for this matchup."