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

Dallas Cowboys v New England Patriots
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The Dallas Cowboys really need to get back on the horse in Week 4. After losing to the Arizona Cardinals, Dak Prescott and Co. can't afford to fall to 2-2.

That's not to say Sunday against the New England Patriots is a must-win, but two losses in four weeks could derail any hopes Dallas had of winning the NFC East and finishing as the top seed in the NFC over the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.

This is another winnable game for the Cowboys and you have to think Mike McCarthy will have the team ready to play after last week's dud. Bill Belichick presents an interesting challenge, but the discrepancy in talent is glaring.

Here's everything fans should know about the game.

What time is the Cowboys-Patriots game?

Kickoff from AT&T Stadium is scheduled for 3:25 pm CT. It's a welcome return home for Dallas after they were humbled on the road in Arizona last week. The Cowboys throttled the Jets 30-10 in their home opener two weeks ago.

How to watch Cowboys vs Patriots

Fans in both the Dallas and New England market can catch the game on their local Fox broadcast. This is America's Game of the Week, which means Fox's No. 1 team of Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play), Greg Olsen (analysis), Erin Andrews (sideline) and Tom Rinaldi (sideline) will be on the call.

If you need to live stream the game, check out FuboTV for a free trial.

Cowboys vs Patriots betting odds

According to FanDuel's latest odds, the Cowboys are -6.5 favorites vs the Patriots. Fans can bet Dallas at -115 odds (bet $115 to win $100) to cover the spread and -275 to win outright on the moneyline. The over/under for the game is 43.5 points. Both sides currently have -110 odds.

Cowboys vs Patriots all-time record

Incredibly, the Cowboys and Patriots have only met 16 times in their history. The Cowboys hold a slight 8-6 advantage and won the last meeting in 2021: a 35-29 overtime thriller. CeeDee Lamb scored a walk-off touchdown in OT and Dak Prescott threw for 445 yards and three touchdowns.

Fans could do without another OT game vs Belichick, but a win is all that matters.

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