For Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy, there will be a familiar jersey on the opposite sideline for the Wild Card game.
The Green Bay Packers (who McCarthy led to 125 wins in 13 years) will be in Dallas on Sunday and some history will be made.
This marks the first time that the NFL's top two in passing touchdowns will meet in the first round.
So don't miss out on the playoffs. Make sure you've got the right gear and the right streaming service. If you don't, there's no need to worry. We've got your back.
Obviously a jersey is a must-have for a playoff game. Whether you're watching from the couch or the stadium it's a perfect look.
You've got a ton of options here - including CeeDee Lamb, Dak Prescott and Micah Parsons. If you prefer to go old school, you'll be thrilled to know that Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin jerseys are available as well.
Player name and number tees are a great option in lieu of a jersey, but you could also rock the new NFC East champs shirts from Nike.
Or, you could pick up a retro shirt from Mitchell & Ness.
The point is, you've got options.
For our money - well, for your money - the best bet is probably fuboTV.
fuboTV has all the local channels in the Dallas area (ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX). It also has ESPN. So regardless of where the Cowboys are playing, you'll be able to watch them.
For the first game, it will air on FOX at 4:30PM this Sunday.
There are three plans to choose from, which vary in price from $75 to $95.
fuboTV Pro gives you 182 channels and 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR for $75 per month. Up to 10 devices can be watching on your home network, and two devices can stream while you're roaming.
fuboTV Elite keeps the DVR space the same, as well as the device limit, but gives you 247 channels - including more than 100 events in 4K. The price is $85.
fuboTV Premier is 256 channels (plus all the 4K events), the DVR space, the 10 device steaming. The price is $95.
Dallas Cowboys NFL Playoff History
The Cowboys are 36-30 all-time in the playoffs and has won five Super Bowls. Here's a look at the team's more recent playoff history.
- The Cowboys, under head coach Bill Parcells, made the playoffs.
- Lost in the Wild Card Round to the Carolina Panthers.
- The Cowboys, coached by Bill Parcells, secured a playoff spot.
- Lost in the Wild Card Round to the Seattle Seahawks.
- The Cowboys, now coached by Wade Phillips, won the NFC East.
- Lost in the Divisional Round to the New York Giants.
- The Cowboys, under Wade Phillips, won the NFC East.
- Lost in the Divisional Round to the Minnesota Vikings.
- The Cowboys, coached by Jason Garrett, won the NFC East.
- Won in the Wild Card Round against the Detroit Lions but lost in the Divisional Round to the Green Bay Packers. This was the infamous Dez Bryant no catch game.
- The Cowboys, still under Jason Garrett, won the NFC East.
- Lost in the Divisional Round to the Green Bay Packers.
- The Cowboys secured a playoff spot and won the NFC East under Jason Garrett.
- Won in the Wild Card Round against the Seattle Seahawks but lost in the Divisional Round to the Los Angeles Rams.
- The Cowboys, under new head coach Mike McCarthy, won the NFC East.
- Lost in the Wild Card Round to the San Francisco 49ers.
- The Cowboys finished second in the NFC East.
- Defeated Tampa Bay in Wild Card before losing to San Francisco in the Divisional.
Are The Dallas Cowboys Legit?
Dallas is the no. 2 seed in the NFC after taking the NFC East back from Philadelphia in the final two weeks of the regular season.
Dak Prescott led the NFL in touchdown passes (36). CeeDee Lamb had the best receiving season in franchise history.
The Cowboys have won 16-straight games at home.
So, yeah, we're going to say they're legit.
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