The Falcons vs. Cowboys live stream and televised 2015 NFL game marks a Sunday matchup between two unbeaten NFC teams in the league. The Week 3 game will feature a Dallas team playing its first full game with Brandon Weeden at quarterback, after Tony Romo suffered injury in a win against the Eagles. Atlanta will continue to look to their veteran QB Matt Ryan who has already racked up 661 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Atlanta vs Dallas live streaming and TV coverage will arrive from FOX, NFL Game Pass and other sources.
According to the Dallas Morning News in their Sept. 26 report, Brandon Weeden is expected to replace the Cowboys regular starter, Tony Romo, for the next seven weeks. Weeden stepped in to help guide Dallas past Philadelphia last weekend but now will have his first major test of the early season against another undefeated opponent in the Atlanta Falcons. In the win over the Eagles, the former Oklahoma State star posted 73 yards and one touchdown pass on a perfect seven attempted passes. The team might also rely a bit more on running backs Joseph Randle and Darren McFadden.
For the opposing Falcons, they’ve put up early season wins against the Eagles in Week 1 and then the New York Giants. Both were close games, in which the difference was four points or less. The team features the second best player in the league in receiving yards as Julio Jones currently has 276 for the season and only trails Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown. Atlanta ranks just slightly ahead of Dallas in terms of total yards of offense at 797 to 795 for the season, but defense is another story. The Cowboys may hope that their defense, ranked second-best in the NFL, comes to their rescue against their unbeaten foe on Sunday.
Vegas odds makers first started the point spread as a pick matchup, but it has since moved to one or 1-1/2 points in favor of the visiting Falcons. On the moneyline, Atlanta is a -128 favorite while the Cowboys are +108 underdogs. For the points total, the over/under is currently hovering around 44 points for the game. The two teams are both 25 to 1 favorites right now on the futures odds list for potential Super Bowl winners this postseason.
Sunday’s Cowboys vs. Falcons matchup has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage will be presented via FOX around the United States. Cable and satellite viewers with access to FOX Sports Go website or mobile apps can watch a live streaming feed. There are also live streams for NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Sunday Direct Ticket subscribers. For live audio, Sirius XM Satellite Radio listeners can use channels 84 or 132 for home and away team coverage.