Cowboys 2022 NFL Schedule: Week-by-Week Matchups, Dates, Times, TV Stations, Previews

Cowboys 2022 NFL Schedule: Week-by-Week Matchups, Dates, Times, TV Stations, Previews

The Dallas Cowboys head into another season with high expectations, seeking to become the first team to repeat as NFC East champions since the Philadelphia Eagles accomplished that feat in 2001-04. Dallas has suffered off-season losses from wide receiver Amari Cooper, pass rusher Randy Gregory, and struggles against La’El Collins at free hand, making the road to the replay much harder than expected.

Dallas still has Dak Prescott as quarterback and CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup as wide receivers. Ezekiel Elliott returns to run backwards in his quest for a bounce-back season (his yards per game have declined every season since he joined the league), while Tony Pollard is expected to make even more explosive plays for the No. 1-scoring offense will deliver scoring and total yards from last season.

Dan Quinn will be back to lead defense in Year 2, led by reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year in Micah Parsons and the league’s interception leader in Trevon Diggs. The Cowboys must work out their playoff woes to become Super Bowl contenders, despite having a roster talented enough to get there.

The 2002 Cowboys season gets exciting again as Dallas continues to battle for NFC dominance. Below is a full rundown of the teams set to face the Cowboys this year, as well as an overview of their 18-week regular-season schedule (once announced).

Opponent 2022

Eagles (Home, Away): Philadelphia is expected to be Dallas’ biggest challenger in the NFC East as the Cowboys’ secondary is tested with AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith. Dallas beat Philadelphia last season as one of the matchups has been held during prime time every year since 2003.

Commanders (Home, Away): Dallas will again see Carson Wentz twice a year as Wentz is back in the NFC East with Washington. Dallas has beaten Washington in 2021 and won five of their last seven against the Commanders.

Giants (Home, Away): The Cowboys will face a familiar opponent in Daniel Jones, but he will have a new head coach in Brian Daboll. Dallas conquered New York last year and the Cowboys have won nine of their last ten against the Giants.

Bears (Home): Dallas will see Justin Fields for the first time since the Cowboys haven’t faced the Bears at home since 2016. Like the rest of the NFC East, the Cowboys will be eyeing a rebuilding Bears team.

Lions (Home): The Lions have not beaten Dallas since the 2013 season, with the Cowboys beating them four consecutive times. For the first time since 2019, the traditional hosts of the Thanksgiving Games are going head-to-head.

Texans (native): The Texan rivalry between the Cowboys and the Texans resumes, this time at AT&T Stadium – where the Texans fell in their only appearance (2014). Houston has never beaten Dallas on the street.

Stallions (at home): The Cowboys will see Matt Ryan in a different uniform as this game is set to be one of the tougher home competitions on the schedule. Indianapolis hasn’t defeated Dallas on the road since 1984 — the Colts’ first year in Indianapolis.

Privateer (Home): Tom Brady makes his debut at AT&T Stadium as a member of the Buccaneers, a rehash of last year’s Tampa Bay season-opening thriller. Brady last played in Dallas in 2015.

Bengal (homeland): The Cowboys will see Joe Burrow for the first time as going head-to-head with the defending AFC champion will be a hot ticket. Cincinnati has not beaten Dallas at Dallas since 1988.

Packer (away): The Cowboys head to Lambeau Field to face off against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in a battle for NFC dominance. Dallas has lost to Green Bay three times in a row, the last win coming in 2016.

Jaguars (away): The Cowboys get their first look at Trevor Lawrence but face an old foe in Jaguars coach Doug Pederson — coached the Eagles from 2016-2020. Dallas is making its first appearance in Jacksonville since 2014.

Titans (away): Cowboys fans are sure to have a party in Nashville when Dallas take on defending champions AFC South. Dallas hasn’t lost at Nashville since Christmas 2000, but Derrick Henry will be a tough task.

Vikings (away): Another matchup between the Cowboys and Vikings, who meet for the fourth straight year – third straight time in Minnesota. The Cowboys won both of those meetings.

Aries (away): The Cowboys meet the defending NFC champions on their third straight trip to SoFi Stadium (played there against the Chargers last season and the Rams in 2020). Dallas hasn’t beaten the Rams in Los Angeles since 1990.

Full schedule for 2022

1

against privateers

11 Sep

8:20 p.m

ABC

2

against Bengal

18 Sept

4:25 p.m

CBS

3

at Giants

26 Sept (Monday)

8:15 p.m

ESPN/ABC

4

against commanders

2 Oct

13 o’clock

Fox

5

at Rams

9 Oct

4:25 p.m

Fox

6

at Adler

16 Oct

8:20 p.m

ABC

7

against lions

23 Oct

13 o’clock

CBS

8th

against bears

30 Oct

13 o’clock

Fox

9

BYE

10

in Green Bay

Nov 13

4:25 p.m

Fox

11

at Vikings

Nov 20

4:25 p.m

CBS

12

against giants

24 November (Thanksgiving)

4:25 p.m

Fox

13

against colts

4 Dec

8:20 p.m

ABC

14

against Texans

11 Dec

13 o’clock

Fox

15

at Jaguars

December 18th

13 o’clock

Fox

16

against eagles

24 Dec (Saturday)

4:25 p.m

Fox

17

at titans

29 Dec (Thursday)

8:15 p.m

Amazon

18

at commanders

January 7th or 8th

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