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Spears: "Talking Doesn't Win Games"

The Cowboys have opted against responding to the comments of the Giants' Justin Tuck this week

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Between Justin Tuck and Brandon Jacobs, there’s always someone around to remind us that, yes, their is a rivalry between the Cowboys and Giants in the week leading into a match-up between the two--and this week was no different.

    Tuck, who earlier in the season called Cowboys Stadium “a dump,”  predictably said this week that he “hates” the Cowboys and the feeling is mutual. But if you’re expecting a response from the Cowboys, you’re most likely going to be disappointed.

    Dallas has opted against responding to Tuck’s remarks this week so far, and judging by the reaction of defensive end Marcus Spears, it’s going to stay that way until Sunday.

    That’s just what this is about,” Spears said in response to Tuck, per ESPN Dallas. “That’s what this rivalry is about. Guys are going to get chirpy. Guys are going to talk, say things out of their neck, and I hope that my teammates understand that we just need to stay quiet and go about our business the way we need to and go up there and get a win because at the end of the day talking doesn’t win games at all.”

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