The Cowboys vs. Giants live TV and stream game coverage hits the 2015 NFL schedule for Week 7 at East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Eli Manning and his squad are looking to improve to a game over .500 to continue their hold on first place of the NFC East. Dallas, who is still without the services of injured quarterback Tony Romo, is trying to stay afloat for his return, with their record at 2-3 right now. Sunday’s NFL live TV and online game will be presented via FOX networks among other sources.
In an Oct. 24 report on Sports Illustrated, wide receiver Dez Bryant has been ruled out to play in Sunday’s game as he continues to deal with a broken foot injury suffered in the team’s season-opening game back in September. Bryant reportedly did not travel with the team to New York Friday. While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones previously suggested that Bryant might be back for this matchup, he sat out Wednesday’s practice. The good news for Cowboys fans is that his timetable for return is ahead of the original prognosis of 10-12 weeks.
As they deal with the loss of Tony Romo, Dallas will also have another new starting quarterback in today’s game as Matt Cassel steps in for Brandon Weeden. He’ll try to take over on the field and guide Dallas to its sixth straight win over New York. The team is also looking to snap their three-game losing stream since even though their division has teams in the .500 range, the farther they drop, the bigger their climb will be when Romo returns. The team lost to the New England Patriots 30-6 a few weeks ago and has now had a bye week to prepare for this matchup in New York.
Still, the Giants will be a small favorite for this matchup, as they’re listed as field goal favorites on the point spread and at -150 on the moneyline. As the underdog team, Dallas comes into East Rutherford at +140 on the moneyline, while the points total for over/under bettors is 44-1/2 points for the game. In terms of odds to win the Super Bowl, both teams are among the top half of the league, but just barely. New York ranks at No. 10 and is tied with Philadelphia at odds of 30 to 1, while Dallas is right below then at 50 to 1 odds to win it all.
The Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants game begins at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday. Live televised coverage will be on FOX affiliate stations around the United States. Viewers with cable or satellite access to the Fox Sports Go website or apps may be able to watch a live streaming online feed. Other options for viewers without the game in their area include live stream services such as NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile or the Sunday Direct Ticket apps and websites. For live audio streams, Sirius XM subscribers can check out channels 82 and 83 at 4:25 p.m. ET.