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NFL Release Cowboys 2020 Schedule In Today’s Sports Update

This Saturday night, we will be airing the October 4, 2015, Texas Rangers LA Angels game in which the Rangers clinched the AL West division. That game is at 6:00 pm on 1490 AM and 96.3 FM KPLT.

The NFL released their schedule on Thursday night, and the Dallas Cowboys will open up on Sunday night in LA as the Rams open up their new stadium.

Dallas will play three Sunday night games, one Monday night game, and two Thursday games, including their annual Thanksgiving Day game.

The season will officially get underway with the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Houston Texans on Thursday night.

While several different options remain on the table, the NHL may be leaning toward an unprecedented 24-team playoff format if the 2019-20 season resumes. The format could potentially hand postseason berths to teams not considered previously to be in the playoff race. Two examples are the Chicago Blackhawks and Montreal Canadiens, who sit in 12th place in the Western and Eastern Conference, respectively.

On this day in 2011, the Dallas Mavericks finished a four-game sweep over the LA Lakers with a 122-86 blowout win on Mother’s Day. Jason Terry led the team with 32 points, including a staggering 9 of 10 from beyond the arc. Peja Stojakovic had 21 points and was a perfect 6 of 6 from three-point land. In 1999, the Dallas Stars took a 2-0 series lead in the Western Conference Semifinals with a 5-4 Overtime victory. Joe Nieuwendyk netted the game-winner at the 8:22 mark of the OT period.

2020 schedule (all times Eastern)

  • Week 1: September 13 at Rams (Sunday Night Football), 8:20 pm, NBC
  • Week 2: September 20 vs. Falcons, 1 pm, Fox
  • Week 3: September 27 at Seahawks, 4:25 pm, Fox
  • Week 4: October 4 vs. Browns, 1 pm, Fox
  • Week 5: October 11 vs. Giants, 4:25 pm, CBS
  • Week 6: October 19 vs. Cardinals (Monday Night Football), 8:15 pm, ESPN
  • Week 7: October 25 at Redskins, 1 pm, Fox
  • Week 8: November 1 at Eagles (Sunday Night Football), 8:20 pm, NBC
  • Week 9: November 8 vs. Steelers, 4:25 pm, CBS
  • BYE WEEK
  • Week 11: November 22 at Vikings, 4:25 pm, Fox
  • Week 12: November 26 vs. Redskins (Thanksgiving), 4:30 pm, Fox
  • Week 13: December 3 at Ravens (Thursday Night Football), 8:20 pm, Fox/NFL Network
  • Week 14: December 13 at Bengals, 1 pm, Fox
  • Week 15: December 20 vs. 49ers (Sunday Night Football), 8:20 pm, NBC
  • Week 16: December 27 vs. Eagles, 4:25 pm, Fox
  • Week 17: January 3 at Giants, 1 pm, Fox