The Dallas Cowboys will be taking on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. Here’s the best way to watch them.
The Dallas Cowboys wrapped up the regular season with a 12-5 record and will now host the San Francisco 49ers (10-7) in the Super Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs.
It’s the next chapter in one of the most storied rivalries in NFL history.
With a matchup looming on Sunday afternoon, you’ve got a couple of days to figure out a streaming solution (if you don’t have one already).
We’re here to help.
But first, let’s talk about the game a bit.
San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys Preview
Time: Sunday, Jan. 16 at 4:30PM ET
Odds: Cowboys -3
Let’s party like it’s the 1990’s with a throwback playoff matchup featuring Dallas and San Francisco.
The Cowboys finished the season with an excellent record in the NFC, losing only to two other playoff teams (Tampa Bay and Arizona).
There are plenty of weapons on the offense that nab plenty of headlines, but the defense in Big D has improved leaps and bounds.
That’s good, because they’ll need to take away George Kittle and Deebo Samuel. That pair could break a game open, but pressuring Jimmy Garoppolo will hamper him. The 49ers average just over 25 points per game.
With defensive studs like Trevon Diggs and Micah Parsons on patrol, yardage might be hard to come by for San Francisco.
Conversely, there might not be a more creative offense in the NFL than the 49ers. Samuel does a bit of everything and the team is constantly feeding him the ball (whether as a runner or a receiver) in different formations.
Don’t be surprised if there are a few new wrinkles added into the gameplan on Sunday.
Streaming the Dallas Cowboys vs the San Francisco 49ers
Your best option for streaming the game would be fuboTV. Not only will this give you access to ESPN, but it will more than likely include all your local channels and NFL Network, so you can get all the playoff coverage you want.
Or, you could sign up for Paramount+ to get access to live games on CBS… or Nickelodeon, if you prefer a little more slime with your football.
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