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The Dallas Cowboys (11-4) are hoping to add to their four-game winning streak as they host the Arizona Cardinals (10-5) in what both teams hope will be a statement game. The matchup will be Sunday at 3:25 (CT) on FOX.


The potential playoff preview will kick off at 3:25 (CT) on FOX and will headline the afternoon slate of games. The broadcast will feature the team of Joe Buck (play-by-play) and former Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman (color) in the broadcast booth. Pam Oliver will be reporting

from the sideline. The game was initially scheduled for Noon but flexed into this spot last month.

Even if you're outside of the Dallas and Arizona areas, there's still a good chance you can tune into the matchup on your local FOX station. Here is a map of all the regions that will broadcast Cowboys vs. Cardinals.


A live stream is available for fans to watch the game through the official Cowboys app.

*Prime-time and nationally televised games are *free and available to anyone located in the United States. Local market games are restricted. Please check local TV listings for availability. If it is available to watch on your local TV it will be available to watch in the Cowboys app.

NFL Game Pass offers replays of every game, available as soon as the live broadcast ends. Start your free trial and cancel at any time.

Tune in early and stay late:

Don't forget to log on to in the hour leading up to kickoff to watch Pregame Live, and tune back in immediately after the game for the First Word's instant analysis.


Local Radio Broadcast: KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas/Fort Worth

On The Call: Brad Sham/Play-By-Play, Babe Laufenberg/Color Analyst, Kristi Scales/Sideline Reporter

Cowboys regular and postseason games are preceded by a three-hour Pregame Show and a three-hour Post-game Show.


Spanish Radio Broadcast: KVMK-FM 107.5 La Grande in Dallas/Fort Worth

On The Call: Victor Villalba/Play-By-Play, Luis Perez/Color Analyst and Carlos Nava/Sideline Reporter


Channel: SiriusXM NFL

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