The Cowboys' offense has performed well this season when given the opportunity to face soft defenses, and the Chargers have seemed more than happy to accommodate teams that want to gain yards against them. How many points can be put on the board in this contest of high-powered offenses?
Dallas finds itself in an almost comfortable lead in the NFC East with the Redskins and Giants starting the season 0-3. With Tony Romo and the Cowboys at 2-1 following a 31-7 win over the Rams last Sunday, getting their third win this week would go a long way towards solidifying themselves atop the East for the rest of the year. Dallas is fifth in the NFL in scoring, and wide receiver Dez Bryant could have a banner day in San Diego.
The Chargers are 31st in total defense and have allowed the most passing yards in the NFL this year. Despite Philip Rivers' 8-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio on the year, Mike McCoy's team has not been able to stop teams when it mattered, losing fourth quarter leads to the Titans and Texans on its way to a 1-2 start.
In what could be another exciting finish, here's how you can watch the Cowboys and Chargers in Week 4:
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.
Chargers local affiliate: KFMB-TV Channel 8
Cowboys local affiliate: FOX 4
Sunday Ticket from DirecTV allows fans to watch every game online with certain devices, as long as the game is not already being broadcast in your area.
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
San Diego: Rock 105.3
Dallas: ESPN 101.7 FM