The Dallas Cowboys will travel to Carolina on Nov. 19th in Week 11. Dallas will look to extend its dominance over the Panthers in the regular season.
The meeting will come one week after Dallas' second game of the season against the Giants.
They will have just four days to get ready for the Commanders afterward.
The Cowboys will come into the contest with an overall record of 10-5 against the Panthers, 10-3 in regular season games.
Dallas has lost both postseason matchups between the two teams since their first meeting in 1996.
The First Game Was A Real Kick
The Cowboys were the defending champions when they met the Panthers in the Divisional round.
They'd destroyed the Vikings, 40-15, the week before.
But the Cowboys' offense didn't make the trip east to Charlotte.
Dallas settled for Chris Boniol's field goals after getting inside the Panthers' three-yard line on three drives.
Dallas's defense forced Carolina to settle for four John Kasay field goals and recorded a safety.
But Kerry Collins threw two touchdown passes to Troy Aikman's one.
The Cowboys' reign as champions ended with a 26-17 loss to Carolina. Eleven months later the teams would meet again, at Texas Stadium, and Carolina made it two in a row with a 23-13 win.
Cowboys Take Command
Following the two losses, the Cowboys finally got into the win column in 1998.
Jason Garrett, starting for Aikman, threw two touchdowns to rally the Cowboys to a 27-20 win at Texas Stadium.
Aikman finally got his first — and only — win over the Panthers in 2000.
Despite throwing two interceptions, Aikman drove the Cowboys into position for a Tim Seder field goal and a 16-13 overtime win.
Quincy Carter recorded back-to-back wins over Carolina, both times at Texas Stadium.
Carter threw two fourth-quarter touchdowns for a 14-13 win in 2002.
Carter threw two more scoring passes in 2003 and Dallas held on for a 24-20 victory. But the Cowboys' four-game win streak ended a few weeks later.
Another Playoff Loss In Charlotte
Whatever magic Carter had against the Panthers abandoned him in the 2003 Wild Card playoff game.
Carolina's John Kasay booted five field goals. Carter was held to just 154 yards passing in a 29-10 loss.
Just like they had after the first playoff loss, the Cowboys launched a long win streak against Carolina.
Five-Game Win Streak
Julius Jones ran through the Panthers for 194 yards and two scores in a 24-20 win in 2005. Jones would go for 92 yards and a score in a 35-14 win in 2006. Both games were in Charlotte.
In 2007 the two teams met for the fourth straight time in Carolina.
Tony Romo hit Terrell Owens for a 10-yard scoring pass and Marion Barber added a five-yard run for a score.
Dallas won the game 20-13.
Dallas would finish 3-1 in games played against the Panthers at Texas Stadium. They are 5-3 at Carolina.
Homefield Advantage at AT&T Stadium
The Cowboys have faced Carolina three times in their new stadium. After beating the Panthers 21-7 in 2009, they fell to Carolina 33-14 in 2015.
The Cowboys won the third meeting at AT&T, and the last between the two teams, 36-28 in 2021.
Dallas won the 2012 game in Carolina, 19-14. But lost the last time they played at Bank of America Stadium in 2018.
The 16-8 loss saw Dak Prescott get sacked six times.