What channel is Cowboys vs. Eagles on today? Time, TV schedule for NFL Saturday game

The scorching Dallas Cowboys finally hit a wall last Sunday against the Cardinals, who resurrected their final leg of the season with a 25-22 victory over Dallas. The Cowboys had won four in a row and it looked like they could at least play a few home games in the playoffs, but the loss left them in fourth place in the NFC at 11-5. While it is a success, it in no way devastates the Cowboys, who have actually been better on the road this season than at home.

Their Week 18 showdown is the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coming off securing a playoff spot behind Jalen Hurts. Hurts has been excellent since a brutal three-interception performance against the Giants, leading the Eagles to three wins on a four-game win streak (Gardner Minshew got the other win when Hurts was injured). The excitement around the young quarterback has reached a fever pitch, with fans smashing a railing at FedEx Field as they clamored to congratulate him on the Eagles’ most recent win over Washington Football Team in an effort to secure the playoffs.

The Eagles are locked in at six or seven, while the Saints and 49ers will play for last place in the conference. As of now, the Eagles are seventh in the NFC, with the same record as the 49ers. If the 49ers lose and the Saints enter with a win over the Falcons, the Eagles would be No. 6, probably putting them against the Buccaneers rather than the Rams in this scenario. It’s an out-of-the-skillet situation, but it’s clearly not a meaningless week for the Eagles.

For the Cowboys, the move will be difficult. If the Rams win, they will be locked in at No. 4 with a rematch against the Cardinals. The Cowboys can move up with a 49ers win over the Rams, a Seahawks win over the Cardinals and a win over the Eagles. If the same scenario occurs with the Panthers beating the Saints, the Cowboys can go up to No. 2. But basically, they’re almost stuck at No. 4 without help. These teams met for the first time in Week 3, with the Cowboys dominating 41-21. That wasn’t the Eagles team we’re seeing on the field right now, so we’ll see how these teams pair up now that the Eagles have become the run-first team that they should be under Hurts.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Cowboys vs. Eagles this Saturday, including start time, TV channels and the full schedule for week 18 of the NFL.

What channel are Cowboys vs. Eagles today?

  • Television channel (national): ESPN
  • Live broadcast: ESPN, fuboTV

Cowboys vs. Eagles will air nationally on ESPN in Week 18. Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and Brian Griese will be on the call for this game, with Lisa Salters on the sidelines. John Parry will be in charge of the rules analysis.

In Canada, viewers can watch Cowboys vs. Eagles with a DAZN subscription, including all NFL games.

Cowboys vs. Eagles

  • Date: Saturday, January 8
  • Kick off: 8:15 PM EST, 7:15 PM CST

Cowboys vs. Eagles is scheduled to start at 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday. Like what is effectively a “Monday Night Football” broadcast, this game will be televised nationally.

Dallas Cowboys 2021 Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 9 at Buccaneers (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET NBC
two September 19th in chargers 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
3 September 27th vs. Eagles (Monday) 8:15 pm ET ESPN
4 October 3 against panthers 1 pm ET Fox
5 October 10th against giants 4:25 PM Eastern Time Fox
6 October the 17th in patriots 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
7 October 24th Bye
8 31 October in vikings 8:20 pm ET NBC
9 November 7 against broncos 1 pm ET Fox
10 November 14th against hawks 1 pm ET Fox
eleven November 21 in bosses 4:25 PM Eastern Time Fox
12 November 25 vs. Raiders (Thanksgiving) 4:30 pm ET CBS
13 December 2nd in Santos (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET Fox / NFLN
14 December 12th in Washington 1 pm ET Fox
fifteen Decembre 19th in giants 1 pm ET Fox
sixteen December 26 against Washington 8:20 pm ET NBC
17 January 2 against cardinals 1 pm ET Fox
18 January the 8th in eagles 8:15 pm ET ESPN

2021 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 12 in the hawks 1 pm ET Fox
two September 19th against the 49ers 1 pm ET Fox
3 September 27th in the jeans (Monday) 8:15 pm ET ESPN
4 October 3 against bosses 1 pm ET CBS
5 October 10th into panthers 1 pm ET Fox
6 October 14th vs. Buccaneers (Thursday) 8:20 pm ET Fox / NFLN
7 October 24th in the assailants 4:05 pm ET Fox
8 31 October in lions 1 pm ET Fox
9 November 7 against chargers 4:05 pm ET CBS
10 November 14th in the broncos 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
eleven November 21 against saints 1 pm ET Fox
12 November 28 in giants 1 pm ET Fox
13 December 5th in Jets 1 pm ET CBS
14 December 12th Bye
fifteen Decembre 19th against Washington 1 pm ET Fox
sixteen December 26 against giants 1 pm ET Fox
17 January 2 in Washington 1 pm ET Fox
18 January the 8th against cowboys 8:15 pm ET ESPN

NFL Week 18 Schedule

Saturday, January 8

Play Time (ET) Television channel
Bosses @ Broncos 4:30 pm ESPN, ABC, ESPN +, fuboTV
Cowboys @ Aguilas 20:15 ESPN, ABC, ESPN +, fuboTV

Sunday, January 9

Play Time (ET) Television channel
Bengals @ Browns 13:00 Fox, fuboTV
Packers @ Lions 13:00 Fox, fuboTV
Bears @ Vikings 13:00 Fox, fuboTV
Washington @ Giants 13:00 Fox, fuboTV
Colts @ Jaguars 13:00 CBS, fuboTV
Steelers @ Ravens 13:00 CBS, fuboTV
Titans @ Texans 13:00 CBS, fuboTV
Santos @ Falcons 16:25 Fox, fuboTV
Jets @ Bills 16:25 CBS, fuboTV
49ers @ Rams 16:25 Fox, fuboTV
Patriots @ Dolphins 16:25 CBS, fuboTV
Seahawks @ Cardinals 16:25 Fox, fuboTV
Panthers @ Buccaneers 16:25 CBS, fuboTV
Chargers @ Raiders 20:20 nbc, fuboTV