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After two straight road games, the New England Patriots return home on Sunday to take on the NFC East-leading Dallas Cowboys in a highly anticipated matchup between two of the best and most popular (and most hated as well) teams in football. The game could have major playoff implications in both conferences, so it will certainly be an intriguing affair.
With all that in mind, let’s find out how to actually follow the contest:
Game Information: Patriots (9-1) vs Cowboys (6-4)
Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough MA
SB Nation affiliate: Blogging The Boys
The Patriots provide an in-depth breakdown on their website.
Network: FOX (national broadcast)
Broadcast team: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (color commentary), Erin Andrews (sideline)
The game will be carried locally by WFXT Channel 25.
Station: 98.5 FM The Sports Hub
Broadcast team: Bob Socci (play-by-play), Scott Zolak (color commentary)
98.5 FM is available through the following stations:
- Boston MA: WBZ 98.5 FM
- Springfield MA: WAQY 102.1 FM
- Worcester MA: WWFX 100.1 FM
- Milford MA: WMRC 101.3 FM / 1490 AM
- Portland ME: WBLM 102.9 FM
- Bangor ME: WEZQ 92.9 FM
- Hartford CT: WTIC 1080 AM
- Concord NH: WNNH 99.1 FM
- Burlington VT: WCPV 101.3 FM
- Providence RI: WPRO 630 AM
For additional stations, please check out the broadcast information on patriots.com.
Live streaming: fuboTV (click here to sign up)
International live streaming: International viewers can follow the game by using NFL Game Pass.
Line: Patriots -6.5
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Despite the Patriots earning a hard-fought victory against the Philadelphia Eagles last week, their fan base has gotten less confident in the process. While 89% of fans participating in SB Nation’s FanPulse survey felt good about the direction the team was headed in before the 17-10 road win, the number dropped to 82% — the lowest since before the draft — as New England registered it ninth victory of the season.
The main reason for this appears to be the Patriots’ inconsistent offense: the unit scored only one touchdown against the Eagles, and had to send Jake Bailey on the field eight times to punt the football away. This in combination with injuries suffered by wide receivers Mohamed Sanu and Phillip Dorsett explains why fans might be down on the team despite it still being the front-runner to earn the number one playoff seed in the AFC.
All in all, however, the Patriots’ fan base still ranks as the sixth most confident in the NFL. Fans of their upcoming opponent, meanwhile, are only 15th in the league with a confidence score of a mere 41%. While the number improved up from 7% the week prior following the Cowboys’ 35-27 win in Detroit, more than half of Dallas’ fans do not feel good about the club despite its standing atop the NFC East after 10 games.
If you too are interested in participating in our FanPulse survey, please click here!
Pats Pulpit coverage
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