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The Dallas Cowboys Football Game 2018-19 season is the franchise’s 59th season in the National Football League, the 30th under the ownership of Jerry Jones, the tenth playing their home games at AT&T Stadium and the eighth full season under head coach Jason Garrett.
Cowboys Game schedule 2018
|Date||Opponent||Kickoff time||TV network|
|Sept. 9||at Panthers||4:25 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Sept. 16||vs. Giants||8:20 p.m.||(NBC)|
|Sept. 23||at Seahawks||4:25 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Sept. 30||vs. Lions||1 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Oct. 7||at Texans||8:20 p.m.||(NBC)|
|Oct. 14||vs. Jaguars||4:25 p.m.||(CBS)|
|Oct. 21||at Redskins||4:25 p.m.||(CBS)|
|Nov. 5||vs. Titans||8:15 p.m.||(CBS)|
|Nov. 11||at Eagles||8:20 p.m.||(NBC)|
|Nov. 18||at Falcons||1 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Nov. 22||vs. Redskins (Thanksgiving)||4:30 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Nov. 29||vs. Saints||8:20 p.m.||(FOX/NFLN)|
|Dec. 9||vs. Eagles||4:25 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Dec. 16||at Colts||1 p.m.||(FOX)|
|Dec. 23||vs. Buccaneers||1 p.M.||(FOX)|
|Dec. 30||at Giants||1 p.m.||(FOX)|
Cowboys preseason schedule
|Week 1||at San Francisco||10 p.m.|
|Week 2||Cincinnati||7 p.m.|
|Week 3||Arizona||8 p.m.|
|Week 4||at Houston||8 p.m.|
Sunday, Sept. 9 at Panthers, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: This is a good sign for the Dallas Cowboys. They’ve won four of their last six season openers. The two times they’ve lost were the only two years they made the playoffs (2014 and 2016). Dallas hasn’t played in Charlotte since 2012. The last time these teams met was Thanksgiving Day 2015, the last start of Tony Romo’s career.
Record: 0-1, (0-0 … division)
Sunday, Sept. 16 vs. Giants, 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
Notable: Jason Garrett has posted a 28-18 record against NFC East teams since becoming Dallas’ head coach midway through the 2010 season. Dallas went 5-1 against the division last season. This matchup will be all about the running backs. Many are predicting New York’s Saquon Barkley, the second overall pick in this year’s draft, to have the same immediate impact as Ezekiel Elliott. The biggest difference: Barkley won’t be running behind a line like Zeke had in 2016.
Record: 1-1 (1-0)
Sunday, Sept. 23 at Seahawks, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: Defensive backs coach Kris Richard gets a little revenge against his former team. The Cowboys never made that draft day trade for Earl Thomas like I was expecting, but the door isn’t completely shut on a possible deal. Thomas is the type of addition that could turn the Cowboys season from seven to nine wins to 10 or 12.
Record: 2-1 (1-0)
Sunday, Sept. 30 vs. Lions, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: This one hinges heavily on how fast Detroit gets used to first-year head coach Matt Patricia. If he can turn the Lions’ defense into anything resembling what he had in New England, Detroit could be one of the better teams in the NFC. If not, Dallas wins a close one to improve to 3-1.
Record: 3-1 (1-0)
Sunday, Oct. 7 at Texans, 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
Notable: How will Deshaun Watson perform coming back from a season-ending knee injury? If he looks like the player we saw during the first half of the 2017 season, the Cowboys are in trouble. With a healthy young Watson at quarterback, the Texans are one of the scariest teams in the league.
Record: 3-2 (1-0)
Sunday, Oct. 14 vs. Jaguars, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Notable: The Jaguars are some good quarterback play away from making a Super Bowl. They have one of the NFL’s best young defenses, one that could cause a lot of problems for Dak Prescott and Co. This one comes down to the running game. Whoever has more yards — Elliott or Leonard Fournette — wins the game.
Record: 3-3 (1-0)
Sunday, Oct. 21 at Redskins, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Notable: The Cowboys have won eight of their last 10 against the Redskins. It’s tough to even call this one a rivalry right now. Alex Smith could change things, though. His teams are 1-2 against Dallas in his career, but Smith has thrown for six touchdowns to two interceptions and posted a 98.9 passer rating in those games.
Record: 4-3 (2-0)
Week 8: BYE
Monday, Nov. 5 vs. Titans, 8:15 p.m. (CBS)
Notable: Coming off their first playoff appearance in nine years, momentum could be on the Titans’ side. They’ll go as Marcus Mariota goes. The fourth-year quarterback struggled last season, throwing 13 touchdowns to 15 interceptions. He was solid in the playoffs, though.
Record: 4-4 (2-0)
Sunday, Nov. 11 at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:20 p.m. (NBC)
Notable: It’s easy to quickly look at the schedule and say the Eagles have the better team, and they’ll sweep the Cowboys. However, Dallas has won five of its last six in Philly. For that reason alone, it doesn’t seem like the worst idea to predict the Cowboys will split with the reigning Super Bowl champs.
Record: 5-4 (3-0)
Sunday, Nov. 18 at Atlanta Falcons, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: Mercedes-Benz Stadium was a house of horrors for the Cowboys last season. Prescott has to be happy that defensive end Adrian Clayborn, who sacked Prescott six times in last year’s 27-7 beating, is now in New England. Cowboys get revenge as long as Sean Lee, Tyron Smith and Elliott are on the field.
Record: 6-4 (3-0)
Thursday, Nov. 22 vs. Redskins, 4:30 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: Again, this rivalry has been too lopsided to pick anything other than a Cowboys series sweep for what would be the fifth time in the last eight years. Maybe a strong draft and the free agency additions of Smith, Paul Richardson and former Cowboy Orlando Scandrick will make a difference.
Record: 7-4 (4-0)
Thursday, Nov. 29 vs. Saints, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN)
Notable: The Saints were good enough last season to get to the Super Bowl. They were a poorly covered pass play in Minnesota away from getting to the NFC Championship. Yes, it was the first time New Orleans was in the playoffs in four years, but they have some young, talented pieces on offense that make Drew Brees as scary as ever. And maybe this is the first time the Cowboys will face off against Dez Bryant.
Record: 7-5 (4-0)
Sunday, Dec. 9 vs. Eagles, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: For some reason, the Cowboys continue to struggle at home against the Eagles. Dallas has only won two of its last eight against Philadelphia at AT&T Stadium. The NFC East is the most unpredictable division in football, but it’s unlikely the Eagles get swept by the Cowboys a year after winning their first Super Bowl.
Record: 7-6 (4-1)
Sunday, Dec. 16 at Colts, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: When Andrew Luck is healthy, he’s one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks. But he hasn’t been recently. And let’s not forget about his last start against the Cowboys. Luck threw two interceptions and no touchdowns in a 42-7 Dallas beatdown near the end of the 2014 season.
Record: 8-6 (4-1)
Sunday, Dec. 23 vs. Buccaneers, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: Jeff Heath must have this one circled. In two games against the Cowboys, Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston has thrown five interceptions. Heath has picked off three of them. Winston is the type of gunslinger who has never seen a throw he won’t try. The Cowboys’ young secondary will be ready.
Record: 9-6 (4-1)
Sunday, Dec. 30 at Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX)
Notable: It all comes down to this game for the Cowboys’ playoff chances. Win and they’re in. I went with a loss when the schedule came out and I’m sticking with it. Dallas finishes with nine wins for the second consecutive season. Over the last five years, only four teams have made the NFC playoffs with nine or fewer wins. Three of them won their respective division. It’s unlikely that nine wins will get the job done in the NFC East this season. For the Cowboys to make the playoffs they’ll have to be extremely fortunate in the health department. Avoid any significant injuries to key players and 10 or 11 wins is possible. Finding a way to add Earl Thomas could get the job done as well.
Record: 9-7 (4-2)