Wednesday, January 19

What channel is Cowboys vs. Giants today? Time, TV schedule for NFL Week 15 game



Although they won their last two games, the Dallas Cowboys looked very vulnerable in their victories against the Saints and the Washington Football Team. Dak Prescott has thrown three interceptions and two touchdowns in his last two games, prompting Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to very mildly criticize his recent performance. While Jones is confident Prescott will figure it out, sooner is better than later, as the Cowboys are now within a game of the Packers, Cardinals and Buccaneers 10-3.

For the New York Giants, reports indicate that Joe Judge’s job is safe for the time being. Who knows what that ultimately means for Dave Gettleman, but it seems like continuity is an issue for the Giants. Daniel Jones has been out with a neck injury since Week 13, which gave Mike Glennon representatives for the Giants. The Giants have every opportunity to play spoiler, but they need to play a flawless game against the talented Cowboys.

The Cowboys won the teams’ first meeting 44-20, with Prescott scoring three touchdowns and more than 300 yards. Ezekiel Elliott also had his best game of the season, gaining 110 yards on 21 carries and scoring a touchdown. NFC East Division Games are never “hit” games, but it would be huge for the Cowboys if they could do it as they try to get back into the conversation about first place.

Yet all of this puts the Giants in a prime position to play at sabotaging their rivals. While the interim coach bump may be real, perhaps Judge and his team have the “coach will be back next year” bump. Saquon Barkley returned to practice Thursday as he continues to deal with an ankle injury, while the Giants remain lean as a wide receiver. The spread in this game is huge with the Cowboys sitting as favorites on the road by 10.5 points. Perhaps the Giants can pull off a miraculous victory in the midst of what has been a continuous season.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Cowboys vs. Giants this Sunday, including start time, TV channels and the full NFL Week 15 schedule.

PLUS: Watch Cowboys vs. Giants live on fuboTV (7-day trial)

What channel is Cowboys vs. Giants today?

  • TV channel (national): Fox
  • Television channel (Dallas): KDFW
  • Television channel (New York): NO
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV

Cowboys vs. Giants will air regionally on local Fox affiliate channels in Week 15. Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth will call this game for Fox. Shannon Spake is on the sidelines, while Mike Pereira offers rules analysis.

You can find the Cowboys remote broadcast on SiriusXM channel 380, while the Giants home broadcast airs on channel 227.

In Canada, viewers can watch Cowboys vs. Giants on DAZN, including all NFL games.

Cowboys vs. Giants start time

  • Date: Sunday December 19
  • Kick off: 1:00 p. M. EST

Cowboys vs. Giants is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. (10 a.m. PT) on Sunday. Anyone who doesn’t have a local game will get Cowboys vs. Giants during the opening block of games at Fox.

2021 Cowboys Calendar

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 9 at Buccaneers (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET NBC
two September 19th in the chargers 4:25 pm ET CBS
3 September 27th vs. Eagles (Monday) 8:15 pm ET ESPN
4 October 3 against panthers 1 p. M. ET Fox
5 October 10th against giants 4:25 pm ET Fox
6 October the 17th in Patriots 4:25 pm ET CBS
7 October 24th Bye
8 31 October in the vikings 8:20 pm ET NBC
9 November 7 against the broncos 1 p. M. ET Fox
10 November 14th against hawks 1 p. M. ET Fox
eleven November 21 in the bosses 4:25 pm ET Fox
12 November 25 vs. Raiders (Thanksgiving) 4:30 pm ET CBS
13 December 2nd in the saints (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET Fox / NFLN
14 December 12th in Washington 1 p. M. ET Fox
fifteen Decembre 19th in the giants 1 p. M. ET Fox
sixteen December 26 against Washington 8:20 pm ET NBC
17 January 2 against cardinals 1 p. M. ET Fox
18 January 9th in Eagles 1 p. M. ET Fox

Giants calendar 2021

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 12 against the broncos 4:25 pm ET Fox
two 16 of September in Washington (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET NFLN
3 September 26 against hawks 1 p. M. ET Fox
4 October 3 in the saints 1 p. M. ET Fox
5 October 10th in jeans 4:25 pm ET Fox
6 October the 17th against rams 1 p. M. ET Fox
7 October 24th against panthers 1 p. M. ET Fox
8 November 1st on Chiefs (Monday) 8:15 pm ET ESPN
9 November 7 against Raiders 1 p. M. ET CBS
10 November 14th Bye
eleven November 22th at Buccaneers (Monday) 8:15 pm ET ESPN
12 November 28 against the eagles 1 p. M. ET Fox
13 December 5th in the dolphins 1 p. M. ET Fox
14 December 12th in the chargers 4:05 pm ET Fox
fifteen Decembre 19th against cowboys 1 p. M. ET Fox
sixteen December 26 in Eagles 1 p. M. ET Fox
17 January 2 in Bears 1 p. M. ET CBS
18 January 9th against Washington 1 p. M. ET Fox




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