The Cowboys are taking on the Rams in this NFL preseason opener. How will Jared Goff do, as Los Angeles’ QB and is he ready for the new season? Will Dallas lose multiple players before the season even starts? Right now, the fate of Dallas hangs in the balance, with no way to know whether they can bring it against the Rams, or not!
You can check out the game when the Dallas Cowboys take on the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday, August 12. Game time starts at 9 PM ET, and we have plenty of ways for you to watch the Cowboys vs Rams live stream.
Use CBS All Access to Watch the Cowboys vs Rams Live Stream
A good way to watch the Cowboys vs Rams live stream is with CBS All Access. Over 80% of the country will have access to the CBS live stream. This standalone streaming service also includes a complete on-demand library of current and former shows, specials, and movies. CBS All Access is inexpensive – at $6/month with limited commercials. You can also choose to pay $10/month if you don’t want commercials. You can watch Cowboys vs Rams online with game consoles, Roku, Chromecast, and mobile devices.
NFL Game Pass has the Cowboys vs Rams Live Stream Online
NFL Game Pass is a good option to get all of the football games this season. As far as preseason goes, all out-of-market games are in live stream. In-market games are available on-demand, after the game ends. You’ll pay $99 for a season of NFL Game Pass. This also includes 256 regular season games (the entire season!) and a library of complete games back to the 2009 season. You can watch the Cowboys vs Rams live stream on most devices.
If you’re out of the US, don’t forget to give NFL Game Pass International a look!
Watch Cowboys vs Rams Online with your Antenna and DVR
An antenna is going to be the cheapest way to watch the Cowboys vs Rams live stream. All of the NFL games will air on local channels, which means if you’re a cord cutter an antenna will give you access to the entire season! If you need more information on antennas, our antenna guide might be able to help.
A DVR is a good add-on, too. This is especially true if you have to miss a game, because you can just record it. Visit our DVR comparison to learn more.
More details can be found in both our Cowboys and Rams guides if you want to watch other games without cable. Make sure to stop by the official pages for the Cowboys and/or the Rams if you’re interested in official team details.