Cowboys vs 49ers Live Stream: How To Watch the NFL Preseason Online
Cowboys vs 49ers Live
Date: Saturday, Aug. 10
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Stadium: Levi Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, NFL.com, FuboTV
Although Jason Garrett’s job as the Cowboys head coach always seems to be in flux, Dallas is coming off a 10-6 season in 2018 in which the team won the NFC East. They’ve compiled a 32-16 record in the past three seasons. The Cowboys—who will face the 49ers in a preseason game on NFL Network on Saturday night that you can live stream for free—are looking for more this year. In effect, Dallas wants to make a Super Bowl run.
The 49ers, meanwhile, haven’t been a great team in the past half-decade, wrapping up a 4-12 season last year. They’re currently trying to rebuild with their fourth head coach since 2014. But San Francisco still has hope that they can compete for a playoff spot in the NFC West.
It’s America’s Team vs. one of the most successful NFL franchises of the 1990s. Here’s everything you need to know to find a Cowboys vs. 49ers live stream.
Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers
How to watch the Cowboys vs. 49ers online Free
The Cowboys vs. 49ers game continues the NFL Network’s run of nationally televising the first week of the preseason, but even if you’ve cut the cable cord or you want to watch it on your mobile device, there are plenty of ways to accomplish that. But first, you’ll need to get acquainted with NFL Network.
What is NFL Network?
If you want to be immersed in pro football, NFL Network is the place to go. There’s plenty to love about NFL Network, including the ability to watch exclusive shows like Good Morning Football, NFL Total Access, A Football Life, Inside the NFL, and most importantly, Sunday’s NFL GameDay once the regular season begins. There’s also daily programming devoted to power rankings and fantasy football that football lovers will geek out over. NFL Network shows most Thursday night games during the regular season, and it’ll exclusively show some of the international games in 2019. Take note, though: NFL Network can no longer be seen via DirecTV Now.
The bottom line: If you want to get closer to the action and catch (almost) every Thursday Night Football game, you need NFL Network.