The Dallas Cowboys face a familiar AFC rival in the New England Patriots this Sunday at AT&T Stadium. The team's last played in October of 2021, when the Cowboys won a 35-29 overtime thriller at Gillette Stadium.
A Trevon Diggs pick-six seemed to put the game on ice in the fourth quarter, but the Patriots fired right back with a 75-yard touchdown from Kendrick Bourne on their next possession to take a 29-26 lead with less than five minutes left.
Greg Zuerlein tied the game with a short field goal before CeeDee Lamb broke loose in the secondary in overtime for a 35-yard walk-off touchdown.
The Cowboys are more talented than the Patriots, but Bill Belichick surely has something special planned for the game. It makes for a compelling three hours of television, and here's how you can watch it all unfold.
What time is the Cowboys game today?
- Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
- Time: 3:25 p.m. CT
- Location: AT&T Stadium
What channel is the Cowboys game on today?
- Tv Channel: Fox (national broadcast)
- Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen
Cowboys vs Patriots Week 4 injuries
The Cowboys ruled out left tackle Tyron Smith, while the Patriots have ruled out cornerback Jonathan Jones and OL Cole Strange.
Along with the players ruled out, the Cowboys listed three players as questionable: RG Zack Martin, C Tyler Biadasz, and TE Peyton Hendershot. Chuma Edoga is good to go and will presumably start at left tackle. The Patriots have listed five players as questionable: DL Christian Barmore, CB Jonathan DL Davon Godchaux and CB Shaun Wade.