Ravens vs. Cowboys Preseason TV Schedule, Radio, Live Stream, Preview, Prediction


Oct 14, 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Andre Holmes (15) recovers an onside kick as Baltimore Ravens defensive back Sean Considine (37) attempts to gain possession in the fourth quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore defeated Dallas 31-29. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Preseason Game 2: Ravens vs. Cowboys

When: Saturday, 8/16/2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Where: AT&T Stadium

Live Stream: NFL.com

Radio: 98 Rock

Local Radio Crew: Gerry Sandusky, Stan White, Qadry Ismail

TV: NFL Network

Bill Jones, Babe Laufenberg
KTVT (CBS/11 – Dallas)
KMYS (CW/35 – San Antonio)
KEYE (CBS/42 – Austin)
KOCB (CW/34 – Oklahoma City)
KOTV (CBS/6 – Tulsa)
KWKT (FOX/44 – Waco TX)
KFXK (FOX/51 – Tyler TX)
KJTL (FOX/18 – Wichita Falls TX)
KRBC (NBC/9 – Abilene TX)
KSAN (NBC/3 – San Angelo TX)
KCIT (FOX/14 – Amarillo TX)
KUPT (My/29 – Lubbock TX)
KMID (ABC/2 -Midland/Odessa TX)
KBTV (FOX/4 – Beaumont TX)
KVCT (FOX/19 – Victoria TX)
KRIS (NBC/6 – Corpus Christi TX)
KRGV (ABC/5 – Harlingen TX)
KVTV (CBS/13 – Laredo TX)
KFOX (FOX/14 – El Paso)
KASY (My/50 – Albuquerque)
KARK (NBC/4 – Little Rock)
KFTA (FOX/24 – Fort Smith AR)
KTAL (NBC/6 – Shreveport LA)
KARD (FOX/14 – Monroe LA)

Gerry Sandusky, Stan White, Qadry Ismail
WBAL (NBC/11 – Baltimore)
Comcast Sportsnet Plus (Mid-Atlantic)
WJLA (ABC/7 – Washington)
WHTM (ABC/27 – Harrisburg PA)

Betting Line: DC -1  O/U: 41.5

Preview: The Baltimore Ravens and the Dallas Cowboys are both coming off their first preseason games with very different results.  While the Ravens pummeled the San Francisco 49ers 23-3, the Cowboys in turn got pummeled by the San Diego Chargers 27-7.  While the Ravens new offense was humming along both on the ground and through the air, the Cowboys struggled to get anything going outside of Brandon Weeden’s lone touchdown pass.

Fear not Cowboys fans, as this week brings the return of Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, DeMarco Murray, Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne, and Barry Church, all of whom were absent in game 1.  Fans can expect a very different offensive performance, but should be very concerned with the team’s defensive performance.  Sporting one of the worst units in the NFL, the Cowboy’s defense kicked off the year with a futile show that was a direct result of  replacement level talent.

Both the Ravens and Cowboys have new offensive coordinators this season in Gary Kubiak and Scott Linehan, both former head coaches who have had great success running high powered offenses over the years.  We expect to see some big plays in this matchup and most certainly more than one scoring drive on the Cowboy’s side of things.  In the end, however, we just feel like the Ravens defense will hold them when it counts the most.

Prediction: Ravens 23, Cowboys 17.