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Cowboys vs 49ers 2017

Cowboys vs. 49ers 2017 live stream: Start time, TV schedule, and how to watch online.The Dallas Cowboys face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Oct. 22 in NFL Week 7 of the 2017 season. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Cowboys vs 49ers Live on Fox

Date: Sunday, Oct. 21
Start time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: FuboTV

The San Francisco 49ers have been thiiiiiis close to recording their first win of the 2017 season — but close doesn’t count in football. Now 0-6, Kyle Shanahan’s team is hosting a 2-3 Dallas team that has fallen on tough times, Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX.

Both teams feature former Ohio State running backs, pitting Ezekiel Elliott for the Cowboys against Carlos Hyde for the Niners. Two different styles of rushers, they are both the focal points of their teams’ offenses and will be big contributors on Sunday. Elliott started the season slow but has so far racked up 393 rushing yards on 105 attempts with two scores. Hyde on the other hand is on his way to a career-high season, having already claimed 360 yards on 86 attempts and four touchdowns.

The passing game for the Cowboys has stalled a bit, with WR Dez Bryant failing to find the same kind of explosiveness he’s had for the majority of his career. He may have recorded 264 receiving yards for three touchdowns, but the real story is in the drops and the number of times he’s had to switch to defense on an errant pass by Dak Prescott. If Bryant was ever interested in a position switch, he’s probably got enough film from this season alone to justify a roster spot at defensive back.

Two teams that dominated the early-to-mid 1990s clash for a vintage NFL rivalry game. The Dallas Cowboys (2-3) head to Santa Clara, California to play against the San Francisco 49ers (0-6). Neither team is having the type of season they envisioned, but can start to build some positive momentum with a win this Sunday.

San Francisco is looking for win No. 1 this season, which would also be the first time they won under new general manager John Lynch and rookie head coach Kyle Shanahan. Both knew when accepting their roles this offseason it would be a rebuilding process, and that’s exactly what they’ve looked like on the field — a team needing some construction.

Dallas came into the season expecting to keep rolling on the heels of a 13-3 year in 2016. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott took over for an injured Tony Romo and never gave the job back. He was aided by fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott, the running back who led the league in rushing yards.

They haven’t lived up to that expectation as off field issues and a lack of cohesion on field have led to their slow start. Can they get it going against San Francisco, who is starting a rookie quarterback for the first time in his career?