Texans vs. Cowboys live stream, Preseason Week 2: TV info, start time, how to watch

The Dallas Cowboys welcome the Houston Texans on Saturday in Week 2 of the 2021 NFL Preseason and we have everything for how to watch and live stream.

Things are always a bit chaotic with the Dallas Cowboys but the team actually pales in comparison to a fellow statesmen, the Houston Texans, as the two clubs are set to match up with one another in Week 2 of the 2021 NFL Preseason.

Deshaun Watson’s impending legal issues hang over Houston in a bad way but the roster outside of quarterback leaves a lot to be desired as well. Of course, Dallas has some issues that aren’t as serious to deal with as Dak Prescott continues a battle to get healthy and the team looks to bounce back from a miserable 2020 campaign.

That means the depth pieces on either team will be critical to any kind of success, which is why fans should be ready to tune in for this preseason matchup. We have you covered with the information you need to watch on Saturday evening.

How to watch, live stream Texans vs. Cowboys in Preseason Week 2

Date: Saturday, Aug. 21
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX
TV Info: Check Local Listings
Live Stream: FuboTV (7-day free trial available with subscription), NFL Game Pass (subscription)

When it comes to these two Texas teams, fans only in local markets will be able to watch the Week 2 preseason action. With that said, fans who are in out-of-market locations can still watch and live stream the contest using NFL Game Pass, which requires a paid subscription to the service. Fans should also look into FuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial, as they could offer some answers for streaming needs as well.

Texans vs. Cowboys preview

As mentioned, we’re unlikely to see Dak Prescott for the Cowboys in this preseason action while the same is true for big stars like Ezekiel Elliott and Demarcus Lawrence. Even still, Dan Quinn has promised that we’ll get a look at most of the starters on defense for a good portion of the first half, which could be critical given the state of this team and what they need on that side of the ball.

If we’re looking on offense, though, it’ll be fascinating to see what the offensive line does. Not only do we want a look at guys like La’el Collins in this game but we could also stand to see some things from Connor Williams, who has been tested out at center and had some issues thus far.

The Texans will surely be looking for guys like rookies Davis Mills and Nico COllins to pop but, all told, this is a team largely comprised of journeymen and veterans that don’t need much preseason time. It’s hard to think there will be too much long-term outlook on display for Houston in this matchup.