On Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys will be facing off against the Houston Texans in the third annual Cotton Bowl.
The Cotton Bowl has been an annual game for the NFL since 1966 and is the culmination of the annual NFL season.
This year, the Cotton is a little bit smaller than the previous two years and the field is much smaller with a total of just four teams, which means the field isn’t as big as it has been in years past.
The field size also doesn’t have as much depth as last year, with only four teams being left in the conference and the conference only being able to field two teams.
With all the changes to the field and the smaller field this year, I am going to be focusing my attention on who will be the two teams that are going to come out and try and do what they can to make it a great game for both teams.
The game will be on CBS this year with ESPN televising it.
The Cowboys will go into this game with a solid winning record over the past few years, with a 3-1 record in the last four games.
The last time they went to Houston in the previous game, they were shut out 23-0 by the Texans.
I think it will be a lot of fun to see what the Cowboys can do in this game.
The Houston Texans are coming off a tough loss to the Indianapolis Colts last week, but the Texans still hold a 2-1 lead in the AFC South.
The Cowboys, on the other hand, are tied with the Colts for the best record in this division.
The Dallas Cowboys have lost four of their past five games against the Colts, including a 26-23 defeat at Lucas Oil Stadium last year.
The game will start at 7 p.m.
CT on Sunday night on CBS.