The Dallas Cowboys will look to extend their winning streak to three games Thursday against the Washington Commanders. This is the last "easy" game on the Cowboys schedule until Week 18 when Dallas plays Washington at FedEx Field so the importance of beating their rivals on Thanksgiving can't be overstated.
The Cowboys and Commanders split their two-game series last season, but Dallas hardly gave maximum effort in the Week 18 loss. The NFC East foes have a history of locking horns on Turkey Day, but it was Washington that won the last matchup 41-16 in 2020, when the Cowboys were decimated by injuries.
Fielding nearly a fully healthy roster this year, though, Mike McCarthy is heavily favored to beat Washington. Though underachieving again, the Commanders are talented enough to catch a team sleeping, so Dallas can ill-afford to take its rivals lightly.
Here's how you can watch this rivalry game on Thanksgiving.
What time is the Cowboys vs Commanders game?
- Date: Sunday, Nov. 23
- Time: 3:25 p.m. CT
- Location: AT&T Stadium
What channel is the Cowboys game on today?
- Tv Channel: CBS
- Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
How to watch and stream Cowboys vs Commanders
Cowboys vs Commanders will be broadcast on CBS.
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How to listen to Cowboys vs Commanders
Fans in the Dallas market can catch the game on 105.3 The Fan (KRLD-FM). You can hear the game in Spanish on 107.5 La Grande (KMVK-FM). Fans in the Washington market should tune to BIG 100 (WBIG-FM), which is the flagship station of Commanders football.