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NFL on Thanksgiving: TV, streaming, odds and how to watch Cowboys vs. Commanders

The Dallas Cowboys (7-3) continue their annual Thanksgiving tradition when they host the Washington Commanders (4-7) on Thursday. It is the first of two clashes between the NFC East rivals this season.

Dallas defeated the Carolina Panthers in Week 11, 33-10, with a 16-0 run in the fourth quarter that put away the game for good. Quarterback Dak Prescott completed 25 of 38 pass attempts for 189 yards and two touchdowns.

The Commanders’ hopes of playoff contention took a hit with their second loss to the 3-8 New York Giants this season, 31-19. Second-year quarterback Sam Howell struggled mightily, finishing 31-45 on pass attempts for 255 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.

Here’s everything there is to know about the second of three Thanksgiving matchups.

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How to watch Cowboys vs. Commanders: TV channel, streaming info

When: Thursday, Nov. 23, 4:30 p.m. ET

Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Cable TV: FOX

Streaming: FOX Sports app; NFL+; YouTube TV; FuboTV

How to watch: Don’t miss NFL action with a Fubo subscription

NFL odds: Cowboys vs. Commanders betting lines, odds

The Cowboys are favored to defeat the Commanders, according to the BetMGM NFL odds. Looking to wager? Check out the best mobile sports betting apps offering NFL betting promos in 2023.

All odds as of Monday morning.

  • Spread: Cowboys (-11)
  • Moneyline: Cowboys (-600); Commanders (+425)
  • Over/under: 48.5

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Story will be updated when the teams post their Week 12 injury reports.

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