Cowboys 2022 NFL schedule: Weekly shows, days, times, radio video, viewing

The Dallas Cowboys have entered another season with high expectations, wanting to be the first team to repeat the NFC East champions since the Philadelphia Eagles did well from 2001 to 2004. and to beat La’El Collins in free will, making the repetition stronger than expected.

Dallas still has Dak Prescott in the quarterback with CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup on most receivers. Ezekiel Elliott is back in a hurry to look for a time to come back (his yards at the lowest in each season since joining the league), with Tony Pollard expected to deliver the most dangerous game at No. 1 offense in the points earned and a total of yards since last season.

Dan Quinn is back to lead the defense in year 2, led by then-manager Micah Parsons and league-relegated head coach Trevon Diggs. The Cowboys will have to solve their problems to become Super Bowl competitors, even though they have a talent list to get there.

The 2002 Cowboys season will be another exciting one as Dallas continues to compete in the NFC. Below, get a full look at the teams they have to deal with the Cowboys this year, as well as their 18-week regular schedule (announced).

2022 opponents

Eagles (home, away): Philadelphia is expected to be the main opposition in Dallas in the NFC East, as the Cowboys’ high school will be tested by AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith. Dallas swept Philadelphia last season as one of the biggest games of the year since 2003.

Authorities (home, remote): Dallas will also see carson Wentz twice a year when Wentz returns to NFC East and Washington. Dallas swept Washington in 2021 and won five of the last seven against the Leaders.

Giants (home, far away): The Cowboys will face a well-known opponent at Daniel Jones, but will have a head coach at Brian Daboll. Dallas swept New York last year and the Cowboys won nine of their last 10 against the Giants.

Bears (home): Dallas will see Justin Fields for the first time, as the Cowboys have not faced the Bears at home since 2016. Like the rest of the NFC East, the Cowboys will be eyeing the Bears rebuilding team.

Lions (home): The Lions have not beaten Dallas since the 2013 season, when the Cowboys won four straight. Participants in the Thanksgiving games have met for the first time since 2019.

Texas (home): The Texas rivalry is resuming between the Cowboys and Texans, this time coming to AT&T Stadium – where the Texans fell to their own form (2014). Houston has never beaten Dallas on the road.

Colts (home): The Cowboys will see Matt Ryan in a different uniform as the game will be one of the strongest domestic competitions on the list. Indianapolis have not defeated Dallas on the road since 1984 – Colts first year in Indianapolis.

Buccaneers (home): Tom Brady is coming to AT&T Stadium for the first time as a member of the Buccaneers, a repeat of last year’s opening game in Tampa Bay. Brady made his final appearance in Dallas in 2015.

Bengal (person): The Cowboys will see Joe Burrow for the first time, as matchup and AFC defending champions will be one hot ticket. Cincinnati has not defeated Dallas in Dallas since 1988.

Packers (remote): The Cowboys travel to Lambeau Field to face Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in a battle for the NFC title. Dallas lost three straight to Green Bay, the final victory in 2016.

Jaguars (away): The Cowboys make their first look at Trevor Lawrence, but face former Jaguars’ former enemy Doug Pederson – who coached the Eagles from 2016 to 2020. Dallas make their first appearance in Jacksonville since 2014.

Titans (remote): Cowboys fans will host a party in Nashville as Dallas face defending champions AFC South. Dallas has not lost in Nashville since Christmas Day 2000, but Derrick henry will be a daunting task.

The Vikings (remote): Another alliance between the Cowboys and the Vikings, who meet for the fourth year in a row – the third in a row in Minnesota. The Cowboys have won all these meetings.

Sheep (far away): The Cowboys face the NFC defense in their third consecutive trip to SoFi Stadium (they played the Chargers there last season with the Rams there in 2020). Dallas has not defeated the Rams in Los Angeles since 1990.

The overall plan for 2022


vs. Buccaneers

Sept. 11

8:20 pm



vs. Bengals

Sept. 18

4:25 pm



at the Giants

Sept. 26 (Monday)

8:15 pm



vs. rulers

Oct. two

1 pm pa



at the Rams

Oct. 9

4:25 pm



in the Eagles

Oct. 16

8:20 pm



vs. mikango

Oct. 23

1 pm pa



vs. bears

Oct. 30

1 pm pa





in Green Bay

Nov. 13

4:25 pm



at vikings

Nov. 20

4:25 pm



vs. giants

Nov. 24 (Thanks)

4:25 pm



vs. blue

Dec. 4

8:20 pm



vs. Texas

Dec. 11

1 pm pa



at the Jaguars

Dec. 18

1 pm pa



vs. eagles

Dec. 24 (Saturday)

4:25 pm



to the Titans

Dec. 29 (Thursday)

8:15 pm



to Commanders

Jan. 7 or 8

Price of TBD

Price of TBD

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