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The Dallas Cowboys will be without Anthony Spencer in Sunday nights match-up against the New York Giants. Spencer, 29, recently had a setback with his knee and his status had been questionable. “@Corey_Clark_12: @BryanBroaddus is spencer a go or no go” he is not playing — Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) September 6, 2013   Expect George Selvie to start in place of Spencer which should provide a soft middle of the Cowboys defense for Giants running back David Wilson to attack. Spencer missed two games last season.
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