It’s all about the rush — and the Rush — on Sunday night.
The Cowboys were handed a bad hand, both literally and figuratively, when quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a thumb injury in Week 1. But, thanks to quarterback Cooper Rush, Dallas has stayed afloat and played to a 4-1 record entering a massive divisional showdown against the undefeated Eagles on Sunday night.
It hasn’t just been about Rush the passer, it’s also been about rushing the passer. Led by Micah Parsons, Dallas’ defensive front has been otherworldly this year, sacking the passer 22 times through five games this year.
On Sunday, the ‘Boys face off against, arguably, their toughest challenge when they face Jalen Hurts. Hurts is on the ascent in Philadelphia, and his escapability is a big reason why. The third-year passer has rushed for 266 yards and six touchdowns already this season, helping guide the Eagles to the NFL’s last remaining undefeated record.
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It’s a huge division battle and a measuring-stick matchup for both squads. Here’s how to watch the first meeting of the two NFC East rivals on Sunday night:
NBC is the exclusive home of “Sunday Night Football.” With Al Michaels moving on to call “Thursday Night Football” for Amazon Prime, Mike Tirico is the network’s new play-by-play announcer. Cris Collinsworth remains in the color commentator role.
Melissa Stark is the network’s new sideline reporter, replacing Michele Tafoya.
For those to choose to live stream “SNF,” fuboTV carries NBC and offers a free trial. FuboTV also carries ESPN, CBS, Fox and NFL Network, meaning that most local games will be accessible via the streaming service.
For viewers in Canada, Cowboys vs. Eagles can be streamed via DAZN, which carries every NFL game.
As is custom for “Sunday Night Football,” Cowboys vs. Eagles will kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET.
Cowboys vs. Eagles will be broadcast on NBC. That means those with a cable subscription will be able to stream the event free on NBCSports.com. Those without cable can stream via Peacock with a subscription.
Cord-cutters can also stream “Sunday Night Football” with fuboTV, which carries NBC and offers a free trial. FuboTV also carries CBS, Fox, NFL Network and the ESPN family of networks, so users will be able to watch most locally broadcast NFL games.
Other streaming options for Cowboys vs. Eagles are as follows:
NBC is the broadcast home of “Sunday Night Football” for the 16th consecutive season. This year, the broadcast team will be Mike Tirico on play-by-play, Cris Collinsworth providing color commentary, and Melissa Stark reporting from the sideline.
“Sunday Night Football” games can be streamed on NBCSports.com, the NBC Sports app, Peacock or on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.