When the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers play each other, it’s always a must-see TV event. It’ll be the same in 2022 — and we finally have a date to see the classic NFL franchises.
Adam Schefter from ESPN announced Wednesday that Dallas will travel to Lambeau Field in order to face the Packers at 4:15 p.m. Sunday, November 13: ET for the eagerly awaited game.
Schefter tweeted, “More scheduling information: Mike McCarthy and Dallas Cowboys will travel from Dallas to Green Bay in Week 10, to face the Packers Sunday, Nov. 13 at 4:25 ET.” The complete schedule will be available on ESPN Thursday night at 8 PM.
More scheduling nuggets: Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys will travel to Green Bay in Week 10 to face the Packers on Sunday, Nov. 13, at 4:25 ET.
Full schedule will be released Thursday night, at 8 pm, on ESPN. pic.twitter.com/tAsuDP7BW6
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 11, 2022
Although the Cowboys have been a great team over the years, Dallas has not always enjoyed the best. With some Aaron Rodgers magic sprinkled throughout the seasons, Green Bay has won eight out of the nine matches between the two franchises.
Schefter mentioned that this season’s showdown might have more juice as Mike McCarthy, former Cowboys and Packers coach, is returning to Green Bay. McCarthy is a beloved figure in the community, but letting him go with a win at Lambeau would be a bitter taste for Packers fans.
The date for one of the most anticipated games this season is now known. However, the rest of the NFL schedule will not be revealed until Thursday.
Thursday, August 8, 2008 at 8:59 p.m. is the annual NFL schedule unveiling. ET on the NFL Network. The complete schedule for the 18-week-long, 17-game season will be made public at that time.
Some games have been announced already. ABC and ESPN announced a Week 2-Monday Night Football doubleheader Monday. This will be the debut of their new play-by–play booth, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. September 19th, at 7:15 pm, the Tennessee Titans will be beaten by the Buffalo Bills. ET on ESPN. The Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles and other teams will meet at 8:30 p.m. ET. ET on ABC that night.
International games are also available. The NFL released its international schedule on May 4, with games in Mexico, Germany, and the United Kingdom.