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

Dallas Cowboys v Los Angeles Rams
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Rested and refreshed after their bye week, the Dallas Cowboys will lock horns with a familiar NFC foe in the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. They've met four times in total since 2019, including the 2018 playoffs when the Rams rushed for nearly 300 yards and beat the favored Cowboys in the Divisonal Round.

A lot has changed since then, however. Even with a 3-4 record, the Rams are punching above their weight class. Sean McVay is too good of a coach to allow LA to be uncompetitive, but this is the least-talented Rams roster in years.

Despite that, the Rams beat the 5-2 Seahawks and gave the 49ers and Bengals all they could handle in consecutive weeks. They can catch the Cowboys sleeping, but it's hard to envision Dallas coming out flat after their blowout loss against the 49ers three weeks ago.

Here's everything fans need to know about Sunday's game in DFW.

What time is the Cowboys vs Rams game?

Kickoff from AT&T Stadium is scheduled for 12:00 pm CT. It's the Cowboys' first game in the early window all season.

How to watch Cowboys vs Rams

Fans in both markets can catch the game on their local Fox affiliate. With the Giants and Jets locking horns on CBS in the battle of New York, it's possible Cowboys vs Rams is Fox's nationally televised game this week. Fans who need a stream should head to FuboTV, which offers a free trial for first-time users.

Cowboys vs Rams betting odds

The Cowboys are a touchdown favorite (-6.5) over the Rams, per Fan Duel. Dallas is -105 to cover the spread (bet $105 to win $100) and are -275 to win outright on the moneyline. The over/under for Sunday's game checks in at 45.5 points.

How to listen to Cowboys vs Rams

Fans in the Dallas market can catch the game on 105.3 The Fan, while folks in the Los Angeles market can hear the game on 93.1 Jack FM.

Latest Cowboys injury news

As of this writing, the Cowboys have a perfect injury report. No, seriously. Juanyeh Thomas, who missed Week 6 with a hamstring injury, logged full practices Wednesday and Thursday and was removed from the injury report. Tyron Smith was limited Thursday with a neck injury, but should be good to go on Sunday.

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