What channel is Cowboys vs. Browns on today? Time, TV schedule for Week 4 NFL game

Cleveland heads to Jerry’s World for its first real road game with 22,000 socially-distanced fans to take on a Dallas team still searching for its footing in a game that can be seen early Sunday on Fox. 

The Browns (2-1) enter Week 4 in rare territory as the team is above .500 for the first time since December 2014. While Baker Mayfield may steal many of the team’s headlines, it’s been the run game that has paved the way towards success. Nick Chubb ranks fourth in the league with 292 rushing yards. Throw in the help of Kareem Hunt and the Browns’ rushing attack trails only New England and Green Bay. 

Dallas (1-2), meanwhile, enter the week somewhat surprisingly under .500 with its only win coming in remarkable fashion via a 19-point halftime deficit comeback against Atlanta. Offense has not been the problem for the Cowboys as they lead the league in yards per game (490.7), passing (383.3) and rank eighth in scoring (29.3). Only Minnesota and the Falcons, however, have allowed more points, and the secondary has generated just a single interception. 

The Cowboys are the favorite to send the Browns back to .500 and have not lost to Cleveland since 1994.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Cowboys vs. Browns game on Sunday, including kickoff time, TV channels and a full Week 4 NFL schedule.

What channel is Cowboys vs. Browns on today?

Daryl Johnston and Kevin Burkhardt will be in the booth with Pam Oliver serving as the sideline reporter. Former NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino will float amongst broadcasts to give his analysis of officiating.

For those looking for radio information, the Cowboys broadcast can be heard on SiriusXM channel 225, or the Browns broadcast can be heard on SiriusXM channel 384.

In Canada, viewers can watch Cowboys vs. Browns on DAZN, which has rights to every NFL game.

Cowboys vs. Browns start time

Cowboys vs. Browns is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. ET, one of five regional early games on Fox. Most of the central United States and New England will have access to the game. Other parts of the country can view Arizona vs. Carolina, New Orleans vs. Detroit, Minnesota vs. Houston or Seattle vs. Miami on Fox.

NFL schedule Week 4

Thursday, Oct. 1

Sunday, Oct. 4

Monday, Oct. 5

Cowboys schedule 2020

Browns schedule 2020

Source: Read Full Article