As a Dallas Cowboys fan, you don’t need an expensive cable TV subscription to watch every game this season. There are many streaming options available in 2022 that provide access to every Cowboys game on FOX, CBS, NBC and ESPN without cable.
This guide will show you the best ways to stream America‘s Team on all your devices without cable. We’ll cover everything from live TV streaming services to mobile apps, streaming devices, antennas and more.
Plus, you’ll get details on the full 2022 Cowboys schedule with viewing options for each game. Let’s get started streaming Cowboys games without cable!
NFL Popularity and Cord Cutting Trends
The NFL remains the most watched sport in the United States by a wide margin. The Cowboys consistently rank as one of the most popular teams, with an estimated 16 million fans nationwide according to Emory University.
In 2021, NFL games accounted for 75 of the 100 most-watched TV programs as millions of viewers tuned in every week.
However, paying for expensive cable packages has been declining in favor of streaming alternatives. It‘s estimated over 6 million US households cut the cord in 2021. Many are using live TV streaming instead for sports and entertainment.
Luckily for Cowboys fans, there are many ways to stream games without a cable subscription. Let‘s look at the best options.
Live TV Streaming Services
Live TV streaming services can replicate the experience of cable by providing live sports and on-demand programming over the internet.
While more costly than standalone options, they give you access to nationally televised NFL games on ESPN and local broadcasts on CBS, NBC and Fox.
Here are the best live TV services for streaming every Cowboys game this season:
FuboTV is the best live TV streaming service for NFL fans. They offer all the major channels needed to watch local and national Cowboys broadcasts:
- NFL Network
In addition to NFL games, Fubo carries over 100 channels including popular networks like Fox News, MSNBC, HGTV, FX and more.
Their base Pro plan includes:
- 125+ channels
- 1,000 hours DVR storage
- Unlimited simultaneous streams
It normally costs $69.99 per month but new users can take advantage of Fubo‘s free 7-day trial with no commitments.
Fubo works on most streaming devices (Roku, Firestick, Apple TV), smart TVs, web browsers, iOS and Android. It‘s comprehensive NFL coverage and long free trial make it our #1 pick for cord-cutters.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu‘s live TV plan provides another great option for Cowboys fans looking to cut cable. Their base package includes:
- 75+ live channels including local CBS, NBC, Fox
- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3
- 50 hours cloud DVR storage
- Ability to stream on 2 screens simultaneously
Hulu + Live TV costs $69.99 per month but can be bundled with the Disney+ and ESPN+ streaming services for just $72.99 per month.
This gives you tons of on-demand movies/shows on Disney+ in addition to live sports on ESPN. New users can take advantage of Hulu‘s free trial, no credit card required.
Supported devices include Firestick, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox, PlayStation, iOS, Android and web browsers. Hulu also has regional sports channels like Fox Sports Southwest for in-market streaming.
Sling TV is one of the more affordable live TV streaming options for football fans. While they don‘t offer ESPN, you can get CBS and Fox in select markets needed to watch national Cowboys games.
Here is a breakdown of Sling‘s channel packages:
Sling Orange ($35/month)
- 31 channels
- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3
- 10 hour DVR storage
- 1 simultaneous stream
Sling Blue ($35/month)
- 41 channels
- Fox, NBC in select markets
- 10 hour DVR storage
- 1 simultaneous stream
Combined Orange + Blue ($50/month)
- 47 channels combined
- ESPN, Fox, NBC in select markets
- 10 hour DVR storage
- 1-4 simultaneous streams
The best deal is Sling Blue for $25 your first month, allowing you to stream NFL games on Fox and NBC. NFL Network is also available as an add-on. Local channels availability depends on your location. You can compare your city‘s lineup on Sling‘s website.
Supported devices for Sling include Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android and web browsers like Chrome and Safari.
While the smaller channel lineup and limited DVR make it less robust than Fubo and Hulu, Sling TV provides an affordable way to watch nationally televised Cowboys games on Fox and NBC.
Other Live TV Streaming Services
In addition to the services above, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV and other cable alternatives can provide access to ESPN, CBS, Fox, and NBC for streaming Cowboys games.
Channel availability for local networks depends on your location. You can compare lineups below:
|Service||Price/Month||Channels||Free Trial||Supported Devices|
|DirecTV Stream||$69.99||CBS, Fox, NBC||Yes||Firestick, Apple TV, Roku, browser|
|YouTube TV||$64.99||CBS, Fox, NBC||Yes||Roku, Apple TV, smart TVs, mobile|
|Hulu + Live TV||$69.99||CBS, Fox, NBC||Yes||Firestick, Roku, game consoles|
|FuboTV||$69.99||CBS, Fox, NBC||Yes||Firestick, Roku, Apple TV, mobile|
Be sure to use the free trials with these services to test them out for free before paying. Most cable replacement services can be cancelled anytime.
Watching Cowboys Games on Mobile Devices
Don‘t have access to a smart TV or streaming device but want to watch the game on your phone or tablet? There are several apps that allow mobile NFL streaming:
NFL App – Stream local and primetime games on your mobile device (limited to phone/tablet only). You have to sign in with a qualifying cable provider for access.
Yahoo Sports App – Install on your iOS or Android device to stream local and national primetime games for free.
Paramount Plus – New users get a one month free trial to watch live CBS content including NFL games. The base plan is then $4.99 per month after the trial ends.
ESPN App – If a Cowboys game is on ESPN, use the ESPN app with your TV provider login to stream Monday Night Football and other ESPN broadcasts.
Locast – This nonprofit app offers free streaming of CBS, NBC, Fox and other local channels in certain markets. Supported on iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV and the web.
Check out our guide on watching NFL without cable for more details on streaming games on mobile devices.
Using Streaming Devices Like Roku or Firestick
Streaming devices like Roku, Amazon‘s Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast plug directly into your TV‘s HDMI port to access streaming apps and remove the need for cable boxes.
Here are some options for watching Cowboys games with streaming devices:
Roku – Install apps like FuboTV, Sling, Hulu + Live TV, DirecTV Stream, Peacock and CBS Sports. The Roku Channel also offers free live sports and NFL games.
Firestick – Download apps like FuboTV, Sling, YouTube TV. Use the CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Prime Video apps for national broadcasts.
Apple TV – Access the CBS Sports, ESPN, Fox Sports Go, Paramount+ and NFL Apps. Also stream through FuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling or other live TV service apps.
Google Chromecast – Cast CBS, Fox Sports, ESPN, Pealock and streaming service apps to your TV from mobile.
Check out our full guide on watching sports without cable for more details on using streaming devices to cut the cord.
Other Ways to Stream Cowboys Games
In addition to live TV streaming services, mobile apps and streaming devices, here are a few other ways to watch the Cowboys without cable:
HD Antenna – An over-the-air antenna lets you watch CBS, NBC, Fox and other local channels entirely for FREE. Great for watching nationally televised games.
NFL+ Premium – NFL‘s paid streaming service offers live local and primetime games on mobile and tablets. Limited to watching on your phone or tablet only.
Cowboys Official App – Listen to live radio broadcasts, get news updates, watch press conferences and highlights. Available on mobile and tablets.
Free Streaming Sites – Sites like Crackstreams and Buffstreams offer free NFL live streams online but they come with risks around spyware, popups and legality. Use with caution.
How to Watch Dallas Cowboys Games on Firestick
As one of the most popular streaming devices available, Amazon‘s Fire TV Stick makes it easy to stream Cowboys games in HD:
First, plug your Firestick directly into the HDMI port on your television and complete setup.
Download and install apps like FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV to get live national NFL games and regional sports networks. Use their free trials before paying.
Search for and add the free CBS Sports app to watch CBS games on Firestick.
Install Fox Sports Go to watch national Fox broadcasts. You can login with your TV provider or use the app for free highlights and analysis.
Access Prime Video via your Amazon account to watch Thursday Night Football.
For redzone coverage, try services like FuboTV or install NFL Network
Check out our full guide on installing the best sports apps on Firestick for more details.
Dallas Cowboys 2022 Regular Season Schedule
Here is the Cowboys full 2022 schedule with viewing options for each game:
Sun, Sep 11 – Cowboys vs Buccaneers – NBC, Peacock
Sun, Sep 18 – Bengals at Cowboys – CBS
Mon, Sep 26 – Cowboys at Giants – ESPN, ABC
Sun, Oct 2 – Commanders at Cowboys – Fox
Sun, Oct 9 – Cowboys at Rams – Fox
Sun, Oct 16 – Cowboys at Eagles – NBC, Peacock
Sun, Oct 23 – Lions at Cowboys – CBS
Sun, Oct 30 – Bears at Cowboys – Fox
Sun, Nov 13 – Cowboys at Packers – Fox
Sun, Nov 20 – Cowboys at Vikings – CBS
Thurs, Nov 24 – Giants at Cowboys – Fox
Thurs, Dec 1 – Cowboys at Titans – Prime Video
Sun, Dec 4 – Colts at Cowboys – NBC, Peacock
Sun, Dec 11 – Texans at Cowboys – Fox
Sun, Dec 18 – Cowboys at Jaguars – Fox
Sat, Dec 24 – Eagles at Cowboys – Fox
Thurs, Dec 29 – Cowboys at Titans – Prime Video
Sun, Jan 7/8 – Cowboys at Commanders – TBD
The full schedule is also available on DallasCowboys.com. Games on Fox, CBS and NBC can be streamed locally with an antenna or nationally with NFL+.
We hope this guide helps provide options for streaming every Dallas Cowboys game this season without cable TV! Let us know if you have any other questions. Enjoy the games and Go Cowboys!