The Cowboys and the Redskins are facing off in the NFL’s most-anticipated game of the season on Thursday night.
The game will be broadcast on CBS, which is owned by CBS Corp. The Cowboys are facing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Washington, D.C. The Redskins are playing the Washington Redskins at FedExField in St. Louis.
The broadcast will be streamed live on CBS Sports Network.
The NFL has been looking for ways to bring its fans into stadiums across the country and the United States.
That includes creating a streaming service, the league said.
Here’s what you need to know about the game.
What you need in the stadium: There will be plenty of fans in the seats, with the seats being about the size of two football fields, with each side about 100 yards long.
The seats are located near the sideline, about four rows back.
It will be the second of three games in Washington this season.
It starts at 7 p.m.
The Cowboys and Redskins will be playing their third game of 2018, and they have played three games each in the past two seasons.
The Redskins are 4-2 since the start of 2018.
The only other time the Redskins lost three games was in 2020.
The team has won five of those games.
The Eagles are 2-2 this season and 2-0 in 2018.
The game will begin at 8 p.k.
It is the first of three scheduled games in the Redskins’ rivalry with the Cowboys.
The NFL announced the 2018 schedule on Wednesday, and the league has released the full schedule.
The teams will face each other on Sept. 4 at FedEx Field in St Louis.
The first game of that game will not be broadcast, but will be available on NFL Network.
The next game of this series will be Sept. 17 against the Cowboys at FedEx Stadium in St, Louis.
There will not only be a game at FedEx, but also on the NFL Network, and it will be on CBS.
The second game of all three series will not air.
It’s also on CBS in Stl.
The third game will air on CBS Sunday at 1:05 a.m., after the third game on Sept and the game on CBS Wednesday at 1 a.p.m, after the Cowboys and Eagles play the Eagles.
The first game on Monday night will air at 8:05 p.l.
The third game in a row on Tuesday will air in Washington at 1 p.o.m and the final game on Wednesday will air nationally.