The Dallas Cowboys might not have “won by 40” against the Indianapolis Colts last week, but they certainly came close after a fourth quarter for the ages. Pretty good prediction, Jason Garrett!
This week, the Cowboys follow up that defensive swarm against Matt Ryan’s inferior arm with a chance to pile on new/old Texans quarterback Davis Mills, who’s been promoted once more to be Houston’s starter, sending Kyle Allen to the pine.
Dallas is a heavy favorite, but in a week that’s already seen Baker Mayfield register a 13-point comeback in over the Raiders, why take anyone for granted?
Here’s how Cowboys fans can watch Sunday’s contest. Tune in early!
How to Watch Cowboys vs Texans Week 14
The Cowboys-Texans Week 14 battle will air on FOX, nationally and locally (but odds are you’re not getting this one nationally). FOX 5 DFW is your best bet to carry this one.
How to Stream Cowboys vs Texans Week 14
Streaming options include:
FuboTV (sign up for a free trial!)
NFL Sunday Ticket
Hulu + Live TV
NFL+ (mobile only)
How to Listen to Cowboys vs Texans Week 14
Locally, you can listen to America’s Team on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas/Fort Worth. For the Spanish broadcast, turn your dial to KVMK-FM 107.5 La Grande in Dallas/Fort Worth. Nationally? Try the SiriusXM package.
Cowboys vs Texans Kickoff Time and Location
This one will be kicking off noon central time at Jerry World once again, AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Kind of a rough draw for the Texans. At least a neutral site game would be nice.
Cowboys vs Texans Predictions
The Cowboys might have trouble covering a 17-point spread, but with the Texans’ top two wideouts banged up in Nico Collins and Brandin Cooks, this will be a run-heavy performance from both teams early.
Only difference? Dak can air it out late. 47-17, Cowboys.
What is the Weather for Cowboys vs Texans Week 14?
Looking like 58 and overcast, with a 7 MPH wind to the north, per NFL Weather. Not so sure we’re not about to have the roof open here! In December! What a world.
Cowboys vs Texans History
The Cowboys and Texans have rarely met in the regular season since the Houston franchise joined the league in 2002, and the last time they faced off, H-Town got a narrow 19-16 win in OT back in 2018. In fact, the last two regular season contests have ended in overtime.
Here’s hoping for smoother sailing in this year’s Governor’s Cup battle.