Super Bowl 2017: Time, date, schedule, TV for Patriots vs. Falcons

Super Bowl 2017, more commonly known as Super Bowl 51 (LI), is getting closer and will feature the AFC champion New England Patriots against the NFC champion Atlanta Falcons.

The Super Bowl this season will go back indoors at Houston’s NRG Stadium, as the Super Bowl in 2016 took place in the elements of Northern California and Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium.

Here’s all you need to know about the Super Bowl in 2017

Super Bowl 51 will take place Sunday, Feb. 5.

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Super Bowl 51 will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, home of the Texans.

Super Bowl 51 will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET.

Fox will broadcast Super Bowl 2017 Live, with Troy Aikman and Joe Buck on the call; Erin Andrews and Chris Myers will be on the sidelines.

Super Bowl 51 will be available on the Fox Sports Go app.

Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl halftime show … or, the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl Halftime Show, as it will officially be called.


It will be Lady Gaga’s second time performing on a Super Bowl stage after she sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.

Country music star Luke Bryan will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 51

Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys Game: Time, TV channel, Live Stream info

The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Dallas Cowboys Game on Sunday afternoon in Week 17. Here is how to watch this NFC East rivalry game online.

Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys

Date: Sunday, Jan. 1
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream:Watch HD Live Stream Free Here

Week 17 of the 2016 NFL season will be on New Year’s Day, Sunday, Jan. 1. One of the early afternoon games to keep an eye on will be between NFC East rivals in the Dallas Cowboys (13-2) and the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6).

Kickoff from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia will be at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon. FOX will have the NFC telecast. The available live stream can be found on FOX Sports Go.

Dallas has clinched home-field advantage in the 2016 NFC Playoffs. The road to Super Bowl 51 will go through AT&T Stadium in Arlington. This will be Dallas’ last game before getting a bye next week to await either the No. 4, No. 5 or No. 6 seed from the NFC.

Philadelphia is out of playoff contention in the NFC. The Eagles stumbled to 6-9 in their first 15 games of 2016. Despite being mathematically eliminated form playoff contention last week, the Eagles were able to stun the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football to end New York’s chances at a division title.

Dallas Cowboys Game

According to, the Eagles will be laying 3.5 points at home to the visiting Cowboys. The associated moneylines for this NFC East rivalry game will be Philadelphia -200 and Dallas +175. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 43 points.

Philadelphia laying 3.5 points doesn’t make a ton of sense, but Las Vegas has to assume that Dallas will pull its starters from this game at some point in the second half. This game doesn’t mean much for the Cowboys other than pride. They need to be as healthy as possible for their NFC Divisional Round game at home in two weeks time.

Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys Game 2016: live stream: Time, TV schedule and Preview

The Dallas Cowboys will take on the Green Bay Packers in NFL Week 6. Here’s how to watch the game online.

Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys

Date: Sunday, October 16th
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Online: NFL Live Streams

The matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers is arguably the most interesting of the entire NFL Week 6 slate. The upstart Cowboys come into this game at 4-1 while the Packers sit at 3-1. This game could have major postseason implications down the line.

The Cowboys’ rookie duo of quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott has taken the NFL by storm. Elliott leads the league in rushing, while Prescott has come in and done everything asked of him in the wake of the Tony Romo injury.

Elliott is already arguably the most talented back in the league and Prescott is a huge threat to take off and run. Also, they play behind the best offensive line in the NFL so the Cowboys rushing attack is elite and will be able to move the ball on the ground against anybody.

That being said, the Packers’ defense represents their toughest test yet. Green Bay has only allowed an incredible 42.8 rushing yards per game this season. That is easily the best average in the NFL.

Dallas Cowboys Game

The Packers have not faced the toughest rushing attacks in the NFL, but their ability to stuff the run is legit. Elliott and the Cowboys’ rushing attack against Mike Daniels, Clay Matthews, and the Packers run defense is the single biggest key to this game.

Aaron Rodgers has gotten the Packers offense somewhat back on track recently but is still struggling to be a consistent unit. Against a tough Dallas defense, Rodgers and company will have their work cut out for them this week.

Getting a healthy Eddie Lacy on the field will be key for the Packers this week. If Lacy misses this game with his ankle injury, Rodgers, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and the rest of the Packers offense will be facing a tough test.

This battle between NFC contenders will be televised on FOX, but you can also catch every snap live via an online stream with a DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket subscription.

This should be a fun and an interesting battle between two teams with obvious Superbowl aspirations. Who will step up and take care of business? Make sure to catch each snap live.

Bengals vs. Dallas Cowboys Game 2016: live stream, Time, TV schedule and Preview

Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals take on Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys in a Week 5 matchup for the 2016 NFL season on television and live stream.

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: Arlington, TX
Venue: AT&T Stadium
Live Stream: NFL Live Stream

Dallas Cowboys

After starting their season with a loss, the Cowboys have now won three straight games, keeping them right in contention for their division. On Sunday, they’ll host the 2-2 Bengals who are coming off a win at home over the Miami Dolphins.

Right now, Dallas is trying to stay competitive in the NFC East behind two rookie stars. Meanwhile, Cincinnati is trying to keep up with the 3-1 Ravens and Steelers in the AFC North.

Sunday’s game takes place at AT&T Stadium in Texas, where the Cowboys are 1-1 so far this season. Cincinnati is 1-1 on the road and will try to ride their veteran quarterback Andy Dalton to another win. Dalton is currently third in the league in passing yards, having thrown for 1,234 total yards. He’s added three touchdowns as well. On the opposing side, Dak Prescott has stepped in admirably to replace injured starting quarterback Tony Romo.


Prescott has already thrown for over 1,000 yards and three touchdowns. In addition, he’s scored a TD on the ground, showing his overall versatility. Speaking of the ground game, the Cowboys have another impressive rookie in terms of running back Ezekiel Elliott. As of Week 4 he was leading all rushers with over 400 yards on the ground. Thanks to the two rookies this team is certainly off to a great start.

Viewers will be able to watch the Cowboys game as they host the Bengals on Sunday afternoon. All of the latest information about how to watch is below, including the live stream online details.

Cowboys Game

This should be a highly competitive game as these two teams will both be hungry to get themselves another win. For Dallas, they have some nice momentum after several victories, but the Bengals can’t afford to lose ground early in their division. Thankfully, fans have televised and live streaming coverage to be able to view this matchup.

49ers vs Cowboys Game: live stream: Time, TV schedule and Preview

Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Dallas Cowboys Game and San Francisco 49ers Game online via a live stream.

Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys

Date: Sunday, October 2, 2016
Start Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Venue: Levi’s Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: Watch NFL Online Free

The Dallas Cowboys have their future in mind. On Sunday Night Football, the duo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott put points up all over the Chicago Bears. They have lived up to the hype thus far and the team is on a roll. On Sunday, they will hit the road and take on a 49ers team with a lot of questions.

For those that want to watch the Cowboys and 49ers, the game can be seen on TV on FOX. It can also be seen online via a live stream via the NFL Sunday Ticket. The app requires users to have a DirecTV subscription. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the game, including TV info, live stream info and more. Details for Sunday are below.

Cowboys Game

After a weird Week 1 blowout victory, the 49ers have returned to form the last two weeks. They have been blown out on the road against the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks. Now, they’ll be at home against a Cowboys team with a lot of momentum.

Washington Redskins vs Dallas Cowboys Game: live stream free, Preview, Start time, TV info

The Washington Redskins and the  Dallas Cowboys game will clash on Sunday in Week 2 of the NFL 2016 regular season, and both teams will be desperate to claim the win today in this all NFC East clash. The game has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and takes place from FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The game can be watched on TV on the Fox network or online through free live stream via the link NFL Streaming Free.

Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys

Both teams lost in Week 1 and both will be hoping to avoid the disaster that is opening a new season 0-2. Another loss here for either team will already put them with a huge amount of catch up work to do before the season has even really gotten underway yet.

The Cowboys Game suffered a tough-to-take one point loss against the New York Giants last week in front of their home fans at the AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys led going into the final quarter, having fought their way back in the third quarter. However, they allowed things to slip away in the final quarter to leave players and fans hugely disappointed.


Cowboys Game

The Redskins on the other hand were well beaten last week, suffering a 16-38 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Many of the Redskins frailties were harshly exposed and the Washington team looks like it could be extremely vulnerable going on this season. They will be hoping to turn things around in a big way this week on both sides of the ball, and if they do manage to claim a win today against their division rivals, it would give a huge and much-needed boost of confidence for the Redskins’ roster.

Earlier this week on Thursday Night Football the New York Jets achieved their first win of the season as they defeated their in-state rivals, the Buffalo Bills 37-31.

The Jets had opened up their season with a disappointing loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, where they looked like they were still in pre-season. However, the Jets woke up on Thursday night, and put on a much more explosive display.

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick completed an impressive 24 of 34 passes for 374 yards as he took apart the Bills’ secondary with the help of wide receivers Eric Decker, Brandon Marshall and Quincy Enunwa.

Decker put on a stellar performance with six catches and a touchdown, and moved to 18 straight games recording at least 80 receiving yards or a touchdown.

Marshall meanwhile also had a fantastic game, recording six catches for 101 yards. He did give the Jets a scare in the second quarter when he went down with a knee injury. Marshall made a 15 yard reception but went down under Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Marshall was down on the field for several minutes.

Marshall said after the game: “I thought I was done. I thought I was going to be finishing in my backyard in Florida.”

However, even though he departed the field with the help of trainers, he returned to the game and continued to tease the Bills’ defense.

Fitzpatrick later said, “Brandon is one of the tougher guys you’ll ever see. They were looking at his knee, and I didn’t think it was good. To see him on the ground in pain, I knew something was wrong. But then, when he stepped back in the huddle later on, it was a big surprise, but relief as well.”

Tyrod Taylor tried to get the Bills offense going, and completed 18 of 30 for 297 yards and three touchdowns, however, Buffalo were just too inconsistent throughout the night and lacked efficiency in their play.

Week 2 continues today and the Dallas Cowboys game and the Washington Redskins will take to the field to start at 1 p.m. ET. The game can be watched on TV on the Fox network or online through free NFL live stream

Giants vs. Cowboys Game: Time, TV schedule and live stream free info

The Dallas Cowboys Game desperately needed to find a reliable backup for quarterback Tony Romo, and as rookie Dak Prescott started to shine in the preseason and fans of the team began to get comfortable, that backup was called into action.

Dallas Cowboys Game

Romo is out with an injury, well before anybody expected when Prescott was named the primary backup. The Cowboys have shuffled things a little — Jameill Showers was released and then signed to the practice squad after they brought in veteran Mark Sanchez — but it’s very much the Prescott show on Sunday when the Cowboys begin their regular season with an NFC East rivalry game against the New York Giants.

It’s unclear how long Romo will be out with his back injury, but the one saving grace is that the division doesn’t look like it’s gotten terribly stronger than it has been in recent years. It’s been up for grabs for the past several seasons now and Prescott may only need to play average football to keep the Cowboys in it.

But all other things being equal, it’s hard to imagine Prescott and Dez Bryant being able to keep up with the likes of Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham is one of the most explosive players in the NFL and while Manning has been inconsistent at times, when he’s on his game he’s really on his game.

This is all predicated on whether Prescott can even get the ball out, as the Giants have a ton of capital invested in their defensive line. Jason Pierre-Paul will be looking to be even better so much further removed from his fireworks injury, and then there are the guys next to him who are going to be champing at the bit to get at Prescott early and often on Sunday.

These two teams opened their seasons in the same fashion last year, and things did not go well for the Giants. Well, they did — to a point. The Giants held a 23-20 lead and were all the way at the Dallas 4-yard line with under two minutes remaining. Two ill-fated run plays and clock confusion that saw Manning throw the ball away at a crucial moment forced the Giants to settle for a field goal.

Naturally, Romo led the Cowboys on a six-play, 72-yard drive to score and take the victory. It launched a terrible Giants season that saw many fourth-quarter meltdowns of similar make, and one that saw the departure of head coach Tom Coughlin at the end of the season after 12 years at the helm.

Clearly, the Giants are hoping things go a bit better this time around.

Sunday’s game will be among those played in the afternoon, beginning at 4:25 p.m. ET. Television coverage of the game will be provided by FOX, with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on commentary. The only way to catch the game online is to subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket or login to FOX Sports Go with a cable or satellite provider.

Below is all the information you need to watch Sunday’s games.

How to watch Giants vs. Cowboys on Sunday

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas


Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Online Streaming: Sunday Ticket, FOX Sports GO


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Cowboys vs Texans live stream 2016: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Throughout the offseason, acquiring a primary backup and potential future replacement to Tony Romo has been considered the top priority of the Dallas Cowboys. Romo has an injury history and the Cowboys have been left high and dry due to those injuries in the past, and there were reports that Jerry Jones was upset the team missed out on rookie Paxton Lynch in the NFL Draft.

How to Watch Cowboys vs Texans on Thursday

Time: 8 p.m. ET

Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas


Live Stream: Click to Watch online FREE

But the Cowboys did take a quarterback, Dak Prescott, and were ecstatic with his play in the preseason. It looked like the Cowboys found their backup, giving them some security, but when Romo went down with an injury in the third preseason game, it became clear that Prescott would be getting a lot of playing time a lot sooner than the team wanted.

Prescott is now the team’s starter, and Romo will not be ready for the start of the season. So rather than starting the fourth preseason game against the Houston Texans, and rather than play the bulk of that game in an extended look for the coaching staff, Prescott will now not see the field at all.

Suddenly, he’s a starter and will need to be protected, not risking injury in what is generally considered a meaningless fourth preseason game. As a rookie who is still very raw, some thought there might be a chance at him playing. The Cowboys are taking no risks though, and Prescott will be on the sidelines when Thursday’s game gets underway from AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Jameill Showers is expected to start the game for the Cowboys, and he should play most of the game, if not the whole thing.

For the Texans, backup Tom Savage will be starting and should get plenty of playing time. Brock Osweiler, despite getting a lucrative free agent contract this offseason, is still relatively unproven and how the players behind him — Savage and Brandon Weeden — perform is still very important.

Osweiler will have a big, big leash this season, but then again that’s what the Texans said last season before switching quarterbacks several times between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett. This will likely be a big game for Weeden, who hasn’t played much since an injury that forced him out of last season.

Thursday’s game is set for 8 p.m. ET and will not be broadcast nationally. There will be a live stream available via NFL Game Pass, and for local television options, read on.



Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NFL preseason online

Cowboys vs Seahawks

Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks 2016 (start time 7 pm PST) features the 1-1 Cowboys taking on the 1-1 Seahawks in the preseason. The Cowboys are coming off a win over the Dolphins, 14-41. In that game, Tannehill had 162 yards passing for Miami, with two touchdown passes, no interception. The team overall had 192 yards passing, 2 touchdowns. Tony Romo had 49 yards passing in the game, no touchdown. The team overall had 263 yards passing, two touchdown, both from Prescott.

What: Cowboys (1-1) at Seahawks (1-1)

When: Thursday, 10 p.m. (EDT)

Where: CenturyLink Field; Seattle, Wash.

TV: NFL Network

Live stream: NFL Online FREE

Miami rushing was led by Pead. He had 48 yards rushing, no touchdown runs. The team overall had 120 yards rushing, 29 carries no touchdowns. Morris led Dallas rushing with one touchdown, 13 carries, 85 yards. The team overall had 3 touchdown runs, two from Prescott, and 34 carries.

On receiving, Stills led by Miami with two touchdown catches, 3 receptions, 71 yards. Butler led Dallas numbers with one touchdown catch, 3 receptions, 74 yards. Miami overall had 217 yards passing, 2 touchdown catches, 18 receptions. Dallas had 2 touchdown catches, 17 receptions, and 263 yards.

Meantime, in related news, injury updates across the league were announced moments ago. ESPN just tweeted “Update from Jets practice: LB Jordan Jenkins (calf), WR Quincy Enunwa (concussion) and CB Dexter McDougle (hamstring) among those not practicing. Looks as if TE Jace Amaro (groin) will try to practice. All things considered, the Jets are a relatively healthy team. The biggest concern is RT Breno Giacomini (back), still on the PUP list. He may not be ready for opening day.”

Cowboys vs. Rams 2016: time, channel, Live stream free and how to watch online

NFL football will return to Los Angeles on Saturday night when the now-Los Angeles Rams, fresh off their controversial move from St. Louis, host the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL preseason opener for both teams.

Cowboys vs Rams

Here’s what you need to know about the game:

What: Dallas Cowboys (0-0) vs. Los Angeles Rams (0-0)

Where: Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif.

When: Saturday, August 13, 2016 at 8 p.m. EDT

Channel: ESPN

Live Stream: NFL Stream FREE

Line: Rams -5 (per

Over/under: 36 (per

Technically, the Los Angeles Rams’ game Saturday with the Dallas Cowboys is just a preseason opener at a temporary home for a relocating team that hasn’t made the playoffs in 11 years.

But that temporary home is also the team’s traditional home, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where they’ll play as the host team for the first time in 36 years, giving the day huge sentimental and symbolic importance for fans.

“I’m really ecstatic to see my team back on the field in LA,” said longtime fan and local native Dan Salcedo.

For now fans have to watch a rebuilding Rams team, though with reasons for excitement including explosive young running back Todd Gurley and No. 1 overall draft pick quarterback Jared Goff, who for now will back up starter Case Keenum.

The young players have been getting the Hollywood treatment already.

The team’s training camp is the focus of this year’s “Hard Knocks” on HBO, which had its red-carpet premiere this week.

Hip stars like rapper Kendrick Lamar visited the team at training camp, and their games are likely to become a new version of the Lakers’ sideline for celebrities.

Their jerseys, hats and stickers have begun flourishing on store shelves and car bumpers alongside Lakers and Dodgers gear, and tens of thousands have already watched the team at camp.

The Cowboys are a fitting opponent for the homecoming. They have a typically large following in a town that has lacked an NFL team, they have long held their training camp in Southern California and owner Jerry Jones was among the NFL power brokers who most strongly fought for returning a team to the LA area.

“I’m so grateful for the owner of the Dallas Cowboys,” Salcedo said. “He was an engine to bring the Rams back here to LA. I’m grateful for them, but I’m an LA Ram fan. We’re going to beat the Cowboys. As far as the first game of the season, we’re going to rock.”