Just up the road from my campus, the New York Giants will be hosting the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday for a crucial NFC East showdown in the bright lights of Sunday Night Football.
A win for the Cowboys will crown them as the 2016 NFC East Champions. The only thing standing in their way of clinching the division with still three weeks left to play is the only team that has beaten them in 2016.
Here is the schedule the Cowboys will be on towards revenge vs. the Giants:
At 1:00 PM, the Cowboys will be departing their home state (fresh off of a “mini-bye”) for New Jersey (hi, America’s Team). In the evening at the hotel, from 7:00 PM until 8:25, the Cowboys will have medical treatments followed by their team dinner. Meetings for the offense, defense, and special teams will follow, leading Dallas into a 11:00 PM curfew.
Twelve hours later, at 11:15 AM on Sunday, Scott Linehan’s offense and Rod Marinelli’s defense will be going through their final walk-thrus. At 3:15 PM, the pregame meal will be served, and an hour later the first wave of buses will head to MetLife stadium.
Kickoff for Sunday Night Football is scheduled for its usual time of 8:30 PM.
Here is how you can watch and listen to this game:
TV: NBC – For the second straight week out of what will be five consecutive since Thanksgiving, the Cowboys will be playing for a national audience in prime time. Fans outside of the local market have not had to worry much about getting the Cowboys this season, and tomorrow night will be no exception.
Radio: 105.3 The Fan & NFL Game Pass – The radio home for Dallas Cowboys football will be on hand to bring Cowboys Nation this game over the airwaves. You will also be able to hear Brad Sham and the Cowboys’ radio call live through NFL Game Pass, before being able to re-watch the game afterwards.
However you enjoy this game, be sure to follow along with Cowboys Nation on Twitter, and as always – let’s go Cowboys!