Among Sunday's early NFL 2016 games will be the Ravens vs. Cowboys live stream online and televised matchup at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. So far this season, Dallas has lost just once and currently has the best record in the league at 8-1 overall. A season-opening defeat at the hands of the New York Giants was enough to propel this team to eight consecutive wins after that. Now they'll take on another AFC North squad, and should they defeat this one, they'll have defeated every team in that division.

Are the Cowboys Super Bowl ready?

The NFL season is just a bit more than halfway over, but no team in the league has looked better than Dallas so far.

Last week's fourth quarter come-from-behind win over the Pittsburgh Steelers helped give further evidence that this team is the real deal. With Tony Romo injured, it's been no problem as rookie Dak Prescott has stepped into the quarterback position admirably to help the lead way.

Further helping the campaign is another MVP candidate and fellow rookie, running back Ezekiel Elliott. He took off for a rushing touchdown on that play in the late stages of last weekend's game to give the Cowboys the win. Elliott currently ranks No. 1 amongst the top backs in the league, with a total of 1,005 yards. He's also achieved nine touchdowns. Elliott could very well claim both the NFL Rookie of the Year and MVP honors in the same season.

The Ravens as playoff contenders?

At 5-4 overall and 2-2 on the road, one might wonder why the Baltimore Ravens are a playoff team. Right now, they rank at the No. 4 seed in the AFC due to the fact they are leading the North division. Pittsburgh at 4-5 has played like a better team in many experts' opinions but will need to find some wins and hope for Ravens' losses.

The Bengals also have some potential but need to figure things out in a hurry.

Sunday's game could be an interesting matchup for this Ravens team, as they'll come in on a two-game winning streak. They rank No. 1 defensively in terms of rushing defense. While that will mean a focus on Elliott, Prescott can still find other targets including receiver Dez Bryant, who is expected to play in this game despite a recent back injury.

Latest point spread & game odds

Since they just keep winning this season, the Cowboys find themselves as home favorites in this game. They're listed at -340 on the moneyline and the point spread has them favored by eight points for the win. Baltimore is a +280 underdog straight up on the moneyline while the over/under points total is 45 points for the game.

Looking at the trends ahead of this game, Dallas is 7-2 against the spread overall, 4-1 as the favorite, and 3-1 at home. The Ravens have been 4-5 overall, 0-1 as an underdog and just 1-3 on the road, which seems to lend credibility to Dallas getting a cover.

How to watch the live game

Game time for this Dallas and Baltimore matchup goes at 1 p.m.

Eastern Time on Sunday. CBS will be showing the live telecast for participating affiliate stations around the country. Live streaming of this particular game is available through the CBS All Access service, which offers a one week free trial to new customers who sign up.

In addition, NFL Sunday Direct Ticket subscription service through DirecTV is another way to watch the game live streaming. There is also the Verizon NFL Mobile app which comes with Verizon cellular service on participating mobile devices.

Another win for the Dallas Cowboys will continue to put distance between them and the rest of the teams in the NFC East, while a loss to Baltimore may start to make things interesting again in the division.

Dallas will have a short rest period after this one, as they'll need to suit up again for a Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Redskins.

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