Complete information for Cowboys vs. Titans in Week 2.
The Cowboys enter Week 2 looking for their first win after losing their opener to the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Tony Romo completed 23 of 37 passes for 281 yards and a touchdown, but also threw three interceptions. The Titans are coming off a season-opening win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Jake Locker threw for 266 yards and two touchdowns in the victory.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: FOX
Odds: The Titans are 3.5-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.
Tennessee Titans facts
Tennessee won the last matchup between these two teams 34-27 in 2010.
The Titans are looking for their first 2-0 start since 2008, a year they opened the season 10-0.
Ken Whisenhunt won his coaching debut with the team. Including his six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, he is 5-2 in season-openers.
The Titans had the ball for 37 minutes and 44 seconds during their Week 1 victory, which was their highest total since 2009.
Eight days after he was cut by the Chiefs, Ryan Succop had four field goals for the Titans against his former team.
The Titans intercepted Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith three times in Week 1.
Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker had his seventh career multi-touchdown game against the Chiefs.
Locker completed passes to eight different receivers.
The Titans used four different running backs against Kansas City. Shonn Greene, Dexter McCluster, Leon Washington and Bishop Sankey all got carries.
Titans linebacker Zach Brown will be out for the rest of the season after tearing a pectoral muscle.
Dallas Cowboys facts
The Cowboys are 7-6 all-time against the Titans, dating back to their days as the Houston Oilers.
Dallas last played in Tennessee in 2006 and won 45-14 behind Drew Bledsoe's 179 passing yards and two touchdowns.
Tony Romo threw three interceptions in the opener against the 49ers.
It was the 11th time in his career Romo threw at least three interceptions.
Romo told reporters this week he will benefit from getting more reps.
In the opener, Romo completed passes to eight different receivers.
DeMarco Murray had 22 of the team's 23 rushing attempts.
Murray rushed for 118 yards, his eighth career 100-yard game.
Dallas has not lost its first two games of the season since 2010, when they finished 6-10.
Suspended cornerback Orlando Scandrick could play Sunday if the NFL and NFLPA approve a new drug policy, according to reports.
- Dan Gartland and Paul Palladino