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    Cowboys @ Giants: Week 3 Injury Report

    Off their first victory of the season, the (1-1) look to keep on rolling with momentum in Week Three, as they will try to be the first to put a blemish on the (2-0) record on Monday night.

    The most notable player from both sides that will be out for the game is QB , but expect both teams to have key players out. On paper, this East matchup may not scream excitement–but don't be surprised to see a close game between the two–as there are many storylines around this game.

    Some of them include:

    Check out which players are either questionable, doubtful or out from both teams below.

    Dallas Cowboys

    Arguably the one player to keep an eye on as we get closer to tip-off is TE Dalton Schultz. Last week, Schultz suffered a PCL sprain after he landed on his knee, but the team seems optimistic he can play.

    Besides Schultz, WR Michael Gallup, who's questionable, should be making his debut. It will be interesting to see how fast Gallup can slide into the , but I wouldn't be surprised to see some rust for him at the beginning.

    New York Giants

    • OLB Kayvon Thibodeaux (knee)– questionable
    • OLB Azeez Ojulari (calf)– questionable
    • DL (knee)– doubtful
    • WR Kadarius Toney (hamstring)– doubtful
    • CB Justin Layne (concussion)– out
    • CB Nick McCloud (hamstring)– out
    • CB Aaron Robinson (appendix)– out
    • WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee)– out

    The biggest name that the Giants will be without is arguably DL Leonard Williams, who suffered a sprained MCL last Sunday. However, the one player that will play (although he's questionable) is rookie OLB Kayvon Thibodeaux. The fifth-overall pick from Oregon showed how disruptive he was in college, so it will be interesting to see if he can make some noise in his debut.

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