After a tough loss to Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champs in Week 1, the Dallas Cowboys face yet another tough test on Sunday, when they travel to Los Angeles to take on Justin Herbert and the Chargers.
Unfortunately for Dallas, things just got a lot harder as well, with All-Pro defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence suffering a broken foot in Wednesday's practice that is set to keep him out anywhere from six to eight weeks.
Dallas is also likely to be without its edge rusher on the other side, Randy Gregory, who is still working to get off of the COVID-19 list and return to action as of Thursday.
On the other side, the Chargers field an extremely talented offensive attack led by the second-year QB Herbert, and a talented receiving group led by Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, that racked up 337 yards through the air last Sunday.
So can the Cowboys find a way to slow down the Chargers' explosive offensive attack?
In addition to sticking with CowboysSI.com, here's how to watch and listen to the Cowboys and Chargers on Sunday afternoon.
Game information: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Current Records: Cowboys 0-1, Chargers 1-0
Funky in Foxboro: Top 10 Wildest Wins in Cowboys History
Dallas' overtime survival in New England was one for the record books, but not the faint of heart
'We've Been Kicking Ass!' McCarthy's Message to Cowboys
McCarthy is trying to make certain his Cowboys - who didn't win a fifth game last season until Week 15 - both cherish success and continue to hunger for it.
La'el Collins Returns to Cowboys as Suspension Lifted
La'el Collins - assuming he can stay eligible - is healthy and talented and ready to help the 5-1 Cowboys.
Date/Time: Sunday, September 19 at 3:25 p.m. CT
Where: SoFi Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
Streaming: Fubo TV
Radio: 105.3 The Fan
Spread: Dallas Cowboys +3.5 (-110) | Los Angeles -3.5 (+100)
Moneyline: Dallas (+155) | Tampa Bay (-175)
Total: 55– Over (-105) | Under 52 (-105)
Lead Official: Tony Corrente