How Can I Stream Cowboys-Eagles Online? TV Channel, Guide to Watching Monday Night Football
Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott
Looking to live stream Monday Night Football online? One of football’s favorite rivalries is back, with the Cowboys hosting the Eagles in Week 3’s edition.
Both teams have shown some signs of progress through the first two weeks. Philadelphia dismantled Atlanta and lost narrowly to San Fransisco at home, while the Cowboys almost knocked off the Bucs on opening night then beat the Chargers on the road in Week 2.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching Cowboys-Eagles on Monday Night Football.
- Date: Monday, Sept. 23
- Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Monday Night Football starts at 8:15 p.m. ET, five minutes earlier than its primetime counterparts on Thursday and Sunday. So if you’re a last-minute bettor, be sure to plan ahead at least a little bit.
How to Watch Monday Night Football
- TV: ESPN
- Stream: ESPN+ (cable subscription required)
- Other streams: Fubo TV, Hulu Live or YouTube TV
Monday Night Football is broadcast on ESPN, but even if you have the $70 per year ESPN+ subscription, you can’t watch it live. You need a cable subscription to access live events on the ESPN+ app that are shown on ESPN’s family of networks.
Here are the devices with the ESPN app:
- iOS 13+ phone
- iOS 13+ tablet
- Android 10+ phone
- Android 710+ tablet
- Apple TV
Monday Night Football Schedule
|Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles||3||Sept. 27|
|Los Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders||4||Oct. 4|
|Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts||5||Oct. 11|
|Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills||6||Oct. 18|
|Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints||7||Oct. 25|
|Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants||8||Nov. 1|
|Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears||9||Nov. 8|
|San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams||10||Nov. 15|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Giants||11||Nov. 22|
|Washington Football Team vs. Seattle Seahawks||12||Nov. 29|
|Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots||13||Dec. 6|
|Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams||14||Dec. 13|
|Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings||15||Dec. 20|
|New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins||16||Dec. 27|
|Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns||17||Jan. 3|
- Eagles +3.5
- Cowboys -3.5
- Total: 50.5
The betting market sees these teams as nearly dead-even entering Week 3, with the Cowboys getting 2-3 points for home-field advantage. That means the Eagles would be a slight favorite at Lincoln Financial Field, and they’d be near a pick’em on a neutral site.
The total is a lofty 50.5, with both offenses projecting in the better half of the league.
It feels like ages ago that Eagles won the Super Bowl, as a whole new regime is now in place, for better or worse. New coach. New quarterback. New skill position players. Many of the veterans who helped with that ring gone or aging out.
But 2020 second-round pick Jalen Hurts is the guy now under center, and he’s been good — 7.8 yards per attempt, 67.5% completion percentage, and another 144 yards on the ground.
And Monday he’ll get a Cowboys defense that got shredded by the Bucs and ranked 24th in our preseason ratings.
Dak Prescott looks fully healthy, which is great news for Dallas fans and bettors. He was actually statistically more effective last week against the Chargers than he was in that primetime showdown against the Bucs in which he led a go-ahead drive late in the fourth quarter.
Despite giving up just 17 points to the Chargers last week, the Dallas defense still wasn’t great. It gave up 6.6 yards per play to Justin Herbert and Co. but came up with timely redzone stops and two key turnovers to preserve a gutsy win.
The NFC East is already a mess and we’re not done with Week 3. The Giants are 0-3; the Washington Football Team is 1-2 and lost starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to injury. This is a good time for the Cowboys or Eagles to assert themselves as the pack leader in an always-up-for-grabs division.