We’re just a few days away from the NFL’s regular season beginning. Don’t miss a single Dallas Cowboys snap in 2021-22 with this streaming guide.
Football is nearly back – for real. Sure, the preseason is great when we’ve all got NFL withdrawals, but soon the real action starts. Soon, we’ll be watching the Dallas Cowboys take on the Buccaneers in Week One.
There are plenty of questions surrounding the Cowboys entering the season, not the least of which being the health of Dak Prescott. But on the other side of the ball, fans are looking to see improvements. With the addition of rookie Micah Parsons and safety-turned-linebacker Keanu Neal, the pieces are there for a stingier unit.
Below, you’ll find the complete season schedule and the best option for streaming the Boys throughout 2021-22.
It will be a tough opening for Dallas, as the team doesn’t get a home game until the end of September. Things begin on a Thursday night against the defending Super Bowl Champions and wrap up on the road against division rival Philadelphia.
The Dallas Cowboys’ regular season schedule looks like this:
Week 7 – BYE
Streaming the Cowboys in 2021
As you can see from the schedule above, the Cowboys will make appearance on all the usual networks over the course of the season.
That makes finding a streaming service tricky, but lucky for you, fuboTV will make sure you don’t miss a single touchdown throughout the season.
fuboTV is probably the strongest option out there for fans. For just $64.99 per month you can order the Starter Plan, which gives you access to 106 channels, more than 100 events in full 4K resolution, 250 hours of cloud DVR space and three streaming screens at once.
According to this list – which was recently updated by fuboTV – you will have access to the CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX affiliates in the Dallas area (WFAA, KVTV, KDFW, KXAS). But you can also check for yourself by entering in your zip code on fuboTV’s main page.
In addition to that, you’ll get mainstays like ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, NFL Network, FS1 and FS2.
Plus, you can cancel at any time for no fee whatsoever.
Paramount Plus: Gives you access to your local CBS station, allowing you to watch in-market CBS broadcasts of NFL games. Plans start at $4.99 per month.
AT&T TV: Local channels available based on location. ESPN and ESPN2 available in certain packages. Plans start at $64.99 per month.
Sling TV: Includes local channels, but ONLY when Sling TV is paired with an HD antenna. Multiple packages available, which include ESPN and NFL Network. Plans start at $30 per month.
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