Dallas Cowboys: NFL releases 2019 regular season schedule
The NFL has now released the entire 2019 regular season schedule for the Dallas Cowboys. We’ll reveal which matchups intrigue us the most.
On Wednesday night, the NFL revealed the Dallas Cowboys‘ 2019 regular season schedule. We already knew which teams would be the Cowboys’ opponents in 2019. And whether they’d face them at home or on the road. We just didn’t know exact dates, times and the order … until now.
As always, we knew the Cowboys would face off against their NFC East foes, the Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants, twice in 2019.
We also knew Dallas would matchup against the Los Angeles Rams, the Minnesota Vikings, the Buffalo Bills, the Miami Dolphins and the Green Bay Packers at home in AT&T Stadium. Finally, when the Cowboys hit the road, we knew they’d play the New England Patriots, the New Orleans Saints, the Detroit Lions, the New York Jets and the Chicago Bears.
Know we know which weeks the Cowboys will actually face each one of these opponents.
The Dallas Cowboys 2019 Regular Season Schedule
Week 1: Sept. 8 vs. New York Giants
Week 2: Sept. 15 at Washington Redskins
Week 3: Sept. 22 vs. Miami Dolphins
Week 4: Sept. 29 at New Orleans Saints
Week 5: Oct. 6 vs. Green Bay Packers
Week 6: Oct. 13 at New York Jets
Week 7: Oct. 20 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 8: BYE
Week 9: Nov. 4 at New York Giants
Week 10: Nov. 10 vs. Minnesota Vikings
Week 11: Nov. 17 at Detroit Lions
Week 12: Nov. 24 at New England Patriots
Week 13: Nov. 28 vs. Buffalo Bills
Week 14: Dec. 5 at Chicago Bears
Week 15: Dec. 15 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 16: Dec. 22 at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 17: Dec. 29 vs. Washington Redskins
The Dallas Cowboys 2019 regular season schedule has them facing divisional foes in their first two and last two games of the season. They’ll have a bye in Week Eight, same as 2017. The Cowboys will face the Bills on Thanksgiving a mere four days after a big road game against the New England Patriots. And a major test for Dallas comes in Week 15, as they’ll face the Los Angeles Rams, the team that ousted them from the playoffs last year.