Dallas Cowboys vs Houston Texans

Dallas Cowboys vs Houston Texans : on today? Time, TV schedule for 2019 NFL preseasonThe Cowboys don’t need more reasons to be in the news these days. Yet the 2019 NFL preseason schedule is granting them another chance to generate media and fan discussion.

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On Saturday night, Dallas will play in its home stadium for the first time this year. That means everybody watching the nationally televised Week 3 preseason game will be monitoring the crowd’s reaction to whatever Tony Pollard does against the Texans.

Pollard, of course, has been the lead back during Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout from the Cowboys, and he has played well enough through training camp and two preseason games for team owner Jerry Jones to feel comfortable cracking jokes about Zeke’s absence. Saturday night will surely spin this saga forward in some way.

As for the Texans, fans will be watching their running back situation, too. Chances are Duke Johnson will get his first playing time in a Houston uniform after a trade brought him to the Texans from the Browns. And, as always, the offensive line in front of Deshaun Watson will be monitored.

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Below is all the info you need to watch Cowboys vs. Texans on Saturday night, including the TV channels nationally, in Dallas and in Houston.

With its 7 p.m. ET start time, Cowboys vs. Texans gets the spotlight as the second nationally televised NFL game of the day on Saturday as part of a triple-header on NFL Network. It’s one of six Week 3 NFL preseason games scheduled to be played in front of a national audience.

Locally, the TV channel for Cowboys vs. Texans in Dallas will be KTVT. In Houston, the game can be seen on KTRK.

As for a live-stream presentation, Cowboys vs. Texans can be seen on fuboTV. New fubo TV users can sign up with a seven-day free trial. All nationally televised NFL preseason games will be available on fuboTV.

Cowboys vs. Texans is the second game of a Saturday triple-header on NFL Network.Cardinals vs. Vikings will begin the triple-header at 1 p.m. ET, and after the 7 p.m. ET game in Dallas, the Seahawks and Chargers will kick off at 10 p.m. ET in Los Angeles.