The Dallas Cowboys is a professional American football team, established in 1960, based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. They have competed in the NFL (National Football League) from the NFC East division since the 1960 NFL season.
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Jerry Jones, an American billionaire businessman is the owner & the president of the team. Currently, Mike McCarthy is playing as head coach of the Cowboys team.
The Cowboys have earned lots of supporters and fans over the period. They have won 5-time Super Bowl Championships, 10-time titles in conference championships, and made 23 titles division championships now. In the last NFL season in 2020-21, the Cowboys took the 3rd in the NFC East division place; where they won 6 games and 10 games lost.
Dallas Cowboys NFL 2022 Games Schedule & Fixture (Time, Date & TV Channels)
The NFL 2022-23 regular season will be started from 8th September 2022 to 8th January 2023. The 2022 season is the Dallas Cowboys’ 63rd season in the National Football League, the 14th playing home games at AT&T Stadium, and the 3rd under head coach Mike McCarthy.
The Cowboys will fight at the beginning of the NFL 2022-23 season, on 11th September 2022, against Tampa Bay Buccaneers at AT&T Stadium. This game will be live broadcast on the NBC and Peacock network at 7:20 p.m.
Their 2nd-week game will be held on 18th September 2022 opponent Cincinnati Bengals at AT&T Stadium. Fans & supporters will enjoy this match on the CBS TV network at 3:25 p.m.
On the 26th of September 2022, the Cowboys will face their 3rd-week NFL game against New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. This game will be aired on the ESPN network at 7:15 p.m.
Here is the full Dallas Cowboys NFL 2022-23 games schedule, fixture, and TV channels. Check it out.
Full NFL 2022 Regular Season Schedule
Note: Easter Time (ET) Zone
|September 11||7:20 PM||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||AT&T Stadium||NBC|
|September 18||3:25 PM||Cincinnati Bengals||AT&T Stadium||CBS|
|September 26||7:15 PM||at New York Giants||MetLife Stadium||ESPN/ABC|
|October 2||12:00 PM||Washington Commanders||AT&T Stadium||Fox|
|October 9||3:25 PM||at Los Angeles Rams||SoFi Stadium||Fox|
|October 16||7:20 PM||at Philadelphia Eagles||Lincoln Financial Field||NBC|
|October 23||12:00 PM||Detroit Lions||AT&T Stadium||CBS|
|October 30||12:00 PM||Chicago Bears||AT&T Stadium||Fox|
|November 13||3:25 PM||at Green Bay Packers||Lambeau Field||Fox|
|November 20||3:25 PM||at Minnesota Vikings||U.S. Bank Stadium||CBS|
|November 24||3:30 PM||New York Giants||AT&T Stadium||Fox|
|December 4||7:20 PM||Indianapolis Colts||AT&T Stadium||NBC|
|December 11||12:00 PM||Houston Texans||AT&T Stadium||Fox|
|December 18||12:00 PM||at Jacksonville Jaguars||TIAA Bank Field||Fox|
|December 24||3:25 PM||Philadelphia Eagles||AT&T Stadium||Fox|
|December 29||7:15 PM||at Tennessee Titans||Nissan Stadium||Prime Video|
|January 7/2008||7:15 PM||at Washington Commanders||FedExField||Fox|