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

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After a long and arduous offseason, the NFL finally returns this week. There are several notable matchups in Week 1 and that includes the Dallas Cowboys locking horns with the division-rival New York Giants on Sunday Night Football.

The rivalry has been one-sided since Dak Prescott became QB1 in Dallas, but the Giants are a dangerous team once again with head coach Brian Daboll at the helm and Joe Schoen pulling the personnel strings as general manager.

The Cowboys are unfortunately navigating injuries before the matchup while the Giants have a relatively clean bill of health. As we keep an eye on which Dallas players are ruled out, here's everything fans need to know about the game.

What time is the Cowboys vs Giants game?

The Cowboys will travel to East Rutherford for their season-opener. As is the case with every Sunday Night Football fixture, kickoff is scheduled for 7:20 p.m. CT. It's a standalone game that will undoubtedly receive a massive rating.

How to watch Cowboys vs Giants

The game will be nationally televised on NBC. Easy enough, right? Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth will be on the call. Fans looking for a stream of the game should head over to FuboTV, which offers a free trial!

Cowboys vs Giants Betting Odds

The Cowboys opened as -3.5 favorites on FanDuel and the line hasn't moved. They're -105 (bet $105 to win $100) to cover the line and -184 (bet $184 to win $100) to win outright on the moneyline. The point total for the game is set at 45.5 points.

Cowboys vs Giants all-time record

As we noted earlier, this hasn't been much of a rivalry the last handful of years. The Cowboys have won 11 of their last 12 meetings against the Giants, including the last 10 games when Dak Prescott started at quarterback. Dating back to 2013, Dallas owns a 16-5 advantage over the four-time Super Bowl champs.

In terms of all-time record, the Cowboys lead the rivalry 73-47-2.

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