For the first time since 2012, the Dallas Cowboys will open their season on the road.
The NFL schedules were released Thursday night. It shows the Cowboys season beginning on FOX 4 on Sept. 9 at Carolina against the Panthers, the team that went 11-5 last year.
Dallas will face the New York Giants at a home game on Sunday night in Week 2.
The Cowboys will then take a trip to Seattle to face the Seahawks on Sep. 23. They’ll then face the Detroit Lions at home in Week 4.
Dallas will go against the Houston Texas in another Sunday night game on Oct. 7. The next week, they’ll face the Jacksonville Jaguars at home, a team that made the playoffs last year.
The Cowboys will take a trip to play the Washington Redskins on Oct. 21 before the Bye Week.
After that, Dallas will face the Tennessee Titans on Nov. 5, a team that won a playoff game last year.
The Cowboys play last year's Super Bowl champs, the Philadelphia Eagles, twice in five weeks. Their first match will be on the on the road Sunday night on Nov. 11 and again on Dec. 9.
For the first time this year, FOX will televise 11 Thursday night games starting in Week 4.
The Cowboys are trying to bounce back from a 9-7 season that saw Dallas missing the playoffs.
Full Dallas Cowboys 2018 Schedule
Sep 9 at Carolina Panthers 3:25p.m. FOX
Sep 16 New York Giants 7:20p.m. NBC
Sep 23 at Seattle Seahawks 3:25p.m. FOX
Sep 30 Detroit Lions 12:00p.m. FOX
Oct 7 at Houston Texans 7:20p.m. NBC
Oct 14 Jacksonville Jaguars 3:25p.m. CBS
Oct 21 at Washington Redskins 3:25p.m. CBS
Oct 28 Bye Week
Nov 5 Tennessee Titans 7:15p.m. ESPN
Nov 11 at Philadelphia Eagles 7:20p.m. NBC
Nov 18 at Atlanta Falcons 12:00p.m. FOX
Nov 22 Washington Redskins 3:30p.m. FOX
Nov 29 New Orleans Saints 7:20p.m. FOX/NFLN
Dec 9 Philadelphia Eagles 3:25p.m. FOX
Dec 16 at Indianapolis Colts 12:00p.m. FOX
Dec 23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00p.m. FOX
Dec 30 at New York Giants 12:00p.m. FOX