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Dallas Cowboys 2017 Schedule

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Week 1      September 10     N.Y. Giants          AT&T Stadium          7:30 PM

Week 2      September 17     at Denver          Sports Authority Field at Mile High          3:25 PM

Week 3      September 25     at Arizona          University of Phoenix Stadium          7:30 PM

Week 4      October 1     L.A. Rams          AT&T Stadium          12 PM

Week 5      October 8     Green Bay          AT&T Stadium          3:25 PM

Week 6      BYE

Week 7      October 22     at San Francisco          Levi's Stadium          3:05 PM

Week 8      October 29     at Washington          FedEx Field          3:25 PM

Week 9      November 5     Kansas City          AT&T Stadium          3:25 PM

Week 10      November 12     at Atlanta          Mercedes-Benz Stadium          3:25 PM

Week 11      November 19     Philadelphia          AT&T Stadium          7:30 PM

Week 12      November 23     L.A. Chargers          AT&T Stadium          3:30 PM

Week 13      November 30     Washington          AT&T Stadium          7:25 PM

Week 14      December 10     at N.Y. Giants          MetLife Stadium          3:25 PM

Week 15      December 17     at Oakland          Oakland Coliseum          7:30 PM

Week 16      December 24     Seattle          AT&T Stadium          3:25 PM

Week 17      December 31     at Philadelphia          Lincoln Financial Field          12 PM

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