How to Watch Sunday Night Football: Vikings vs. Cowboys Start Time, TV Channel, Odds

Will Ragatz

The Vikings (6-3) and Cowboys (5-3) are all set to battle on Sunday Night Football in Week 10, with major implications in the NFC playoff picture.

The Vikings haven't won in Dallas since 2000, though they've played just twice since then (losses in 2007 and 2013). They're looking to bounce back after a tough loss in Kansas City, though it won't be easy.

The Cowboys are riding a two-game winning streak, having scored 37 points in both games. They boast the NFL's best offense and a defense that has benefited from the addition of Michael Bennett.

With a win today, the Vikings would sweep the NFC East for the 2019 season. The Cowboys are 0-1 against the NFC North, having lost at home to the Packers earlier this season.

Adam Thielen and Linval Joseph won't play for the Vikings in this one, nor will the recently-acquired Andrew Sendejo. The Cowboys are banged up but aren't expected to be without any major contributors. Here's the full injury report.

The Vikings will need to play extremely well to win this game. Three keys to victory are avoiding turnovers, winning the explosive plays battle, and getting a good game from Kirk Cousins.

Everything you need to know about the game is below.

Broadcast Information

Location: AT&& Stadium in Dallas, TX

Game Time: 7:20 pm CT

TV Channel: NBC (Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth)

Radio: Westwood One Sports (Kevin Kugler, Jason Taylor), 100.3 KFAN (Paul Allen, Pete Bercich)


Betting line: Cowboys -3, O/U 48

Predictions: Experts think the Cowboys will win on Sunday night.

Viking Maven's pick: Cowboys 34, Vikings 13


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