Dallas Cowboys vs. St. Louis Rams: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Cowboys travel to St. Louis to take on the Rams in a matchup of 1-1 teams. The Cowboys got their first win of the season last week against the Titans behind DeMarco Murray's 29-carry, 167-yard, one-touchdown performance. Austin Davis, filling in for Shaun Hill, completed 22 of 29 passes for 235 yards against the Buccaneers to lead the Rams to their first win of the season last week.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: Fox
St. Louis Rams facts
The Rams have not beaten the Cowboys since a 34-14 win in 2008 when Steven Jackson rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns.
St. Louis is looking for its best start to a season since it opened 2-1 in 2006.
Quarterback Austin Davis completed 22 of 29 passes for 235 yards last week while filling in for the injured Shaun Hill. Head coach Jeff Fisher said Hill will start once he is healthy.
Hill, who has a strained thigh, is expected to be a game-time decision this week.
Third-year receiver Brian Quick leads the team with 14 catches and 173 yards. His career-high for receiving yards in a season is 302.
The Rams rank 20th in total offense with an average of 328.5 yards per game.
The St. Louis defense is 16th in yards allowed. They are allowing 343.5 per game.
St. Louis signed defensive end Robert Quinn to a four-year, $66.6 million contract last week.
The Rams are tied for last in the league with the Colts in sacks with just one this season.
St. Louis is one of only four teams which has not forced a fumble so far this season.
Dallas Cowboys facts
The Cowboys hold a 16-15 edge in the all-time series against the Rams. Dallas has won the last two games by a combined score of 65-14.
Dallas has a 22-12 record in September over the past 10 years, fifth-best in the NFL behind the Patriots, Broncos, Seahawks and Ravens.
The Cowboys are looking to improve to 2-1 for the fourth straight season. They have finished 8-8 under head coach Jason Garrett each of the past three seasons.
Running back DeMarco Murray had a team-record 253 rushing yards against the Rams as a rookie in 2011. He had 176 yards in last season's 31-7 victory.
Murray leads the league with 285 rushing yards this season after two games.
Quarterback Tony Romo missed practice with a tight back on Wednesday, but is expected to be ready to play Sunday. He has 425 passing yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions so far this season.
Wide receiver Dez Bryant has a sore right shoulder, but expects to play on Sunday. He leads the team with 14 catches for 158 yards this season.
The Cowboys rank seventh in total offense with an average of 375 yards per game.
The defense has allowed 316.5 yards per game and ranks 12th in total defense.
Dallas has played in front of sold out stadiums in 389 of their last 391 games, including 96 straight road games.