Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins Live Stream Week 8 today at 4:25 PM ET from FedEx Field. How to watch Cowboys vs Redskins game online without cable? The Dallas Cowboys face the Washington Redskins on Sunday, Oct. 29 in NFL Week 8 of the 2017 season. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins Live
Date: Sunday, Oct. 29
Start time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: Landover, MD
Stadium: FedEx Field
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: FuboTV
For the Redskins, this game could be a defining point in their season. Coming off of a Monday night loss to the Eagles, they need to start to win some divisional games, and this will be a good litmus test for where the team is. They’ve alternated wins over the course of the last four weeks, and their run defense will need to go to work to slow down the potent Cowboys offense.
The Cowboys were on a two-game slide before last week’s win, but coming off the bye week they looked like a different team. Their offense is now second in the NFL with 147 rushing yards per game. The Redskins have held opposing offenses to 94.5 rushing yards per game, good for eighth in the NFL. That matchup will be the one to watch throughout this game.
The Redskins are also sixth in the league in passing yards per game, throwing for 254.3 yards on average. Defensively, the Cowboys are 15th with 216 yards allowed per game. Both offenses do one thing very well, while both defenses are good-to-pedestrian at stopping it. Whichever offense is able to play its game will hold the advantage in this game.
The contrast between which opponents they faced one week ago couldn’t have been any different, but that doesn’t mean nothing can be learned from those games. Dallas, for instance, played their most complete game of the season. Sure, it was against a bad team, but they made it look easy — which is what a team with playoff hopes needs to do against teams coming in at 0-6.
Week 8 started with the Baltimore Ravens’ 40-0 victory over the Miami Dolphins. Will we see more competitive matchups on Sunday and Monday?
While the NFL sends a potential mismatch to London, with the NFC North-leading Minnesota Vikings set to play the winless Cleveland Browns, we’ll see compelling storylines develop in the 1 p.m. contests.
Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky takes a 2-1 record as a starter on the road to face the New Orleans Saints after his team pulled off an upset in Week 7. The Vikings and Green Bay Packers have uncertainties under center for the remainder of the season. Another victory for the Bears would give them an opportunity to at least compete for the NFC North title.