Watch Dallas Cowboys Vs. Philadelphia Eagles Live Online, Thanksgiving 2014 Football

Fans can watch the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles live online and catch all the Thanksgiving 2014 action even if can’t get to a television.

The game features two 8-3 teams facing off for supremacy in the NFC East, a matchup many believe could be a preview of the NFC title game. Kickoff is at 4:30 p.m. ET, and the game will be broadcast on Fox.

“It’s going to be a great game,” Philadelphia defensive end Fletcher Cox said of the matchup between 8-3 teams. “I’m really excited, man. I’m looking forward to it. We’re ready to roll. We’re ready for Thursday.”

The game is also a rematch of the season finale last year, in which the Eagles picked off Kyle Orton with less than two minutes remaining to seal the victory in what amounted to a winner-take-all game for the NFC East.

Fans who watch the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles live online will see a Cowboys team riding high off a 31-28 comeback win over the New York Giants on Sunday night. But the players know they must put it behind them quickly to focus on the pivotal matchup with the Eagles.

“Everybody knows that we won, but when we land in Dallas, that game no longer matters,” said Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, who had seven catches for 86 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner with a little more than a minute remaining.

But the Cowboys players are hoping that the high from Sunday’s win will help give them a boost in a short week.

“I think the excitement and adrenaline can override how tired you are,” said Dallas tight end Jason Witten. “It’s a great opportunity for us. You can’t worry about anything else. Just get through it and move forward.”

The Eagles are hoping for another strong performance from backup Mark Sanchez, who was thrust into the starting role after an injury to Nick Foles. Sanchez has averaged 328.3 yards with five touchdowns since taking over.

Fans hoping to watch the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles live online can turn to NFL Mobile, which is also open for all Verizon users on mobile devices.