Cowboys vs Cardinals time, location, streaming, odds and more: Everything to know

Arizona Cardinals v Dallas Cowboys
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The Dallas Cowboys return to action Sunday with heavy hearts following Trevon Diggs' season-ending injury. Diggs suffered a torn ACL in Thursday's practice and is expected to be ready for the start of training camp next year.

In the meantime, the Cowboys are heavy road favorites against the Arizona Cardinals, who've dropped their first two games, but have looked more competitive than folks expected with quarterback Kyler Murray on the PUP list.

This is a great opportunity for Dallas to start the season 3-0 before a tricky matchup against the Patriots next week. Before we get ahead of ourselves, though, let's jump into all of the pertinent information fans need to know about the game.

What time is the Cowboys-Cardinals game?

Kickoff from State Farm Stadium is scheduled for 3:25 p.m. CT. It's a short road trip for Dallas, which played in New York to kickstart the new season. With that in mind, we're expecting a strong turnout from Cowboys fans in the desert.

How to watch Cowboys vs Cardinals

Fans in both the Dallas and Arizona markets can catch the game on their local FOX broadcast. It isn't a national game, as Chiefs-Bears is America's Game of the Week, but Cowboys and Cardinals fans shouldn't have much trouble locating the game.

Cowboys vs Cardinals betting odds

The Cowboys are currently -12.5 favorites on Fan Duel. They have -110 odds to cover the number and are -720 to win outright on the moneyline. The over/under for the game is 42.5 points, with the over getting -115 odds and the under sitting at -105.

Cowboys vs Cardinals all-time record

This is another series the Cowboys have dominated, as they own a 56-34-1 advantage over the Cardinals in their history. That said, Arizona has owned this rivalry in recent years. Dating back to 2008, the Cardinals have won six of their last seven games against Dallas, including the last two meetings in 2020 and 2021.

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