When the Dallas Cowboys lost, you’re going to hear more about them in Mexico than ever

The NFL’s National Football League announced Thursday that it will televise its games in Mexico for the first time.

The league’s games will be available to viewers in Mexico City, where they will air on Univision Deportes, the network that owns TSN.

The networks will also air the Dallas-St. Louis games on TSN, the broadcaster for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and St. Louis Rams.

The Cowboys are expected to start the season with the first-ever matchup against the Los Angeles Rams in Mexico, which was originally scheduled for Sept. 2.

The Rams were eliminated in Week 7, making them the first team eliminated from the playoffs in Mexico in seven years.

The NFL will also start playing the NFL Network on Sundays from Oct. 13 through Nov. 4, which means the games will not air on ESPN or Fox Sports 1.

The Dallas Cowboys were eliminated from playoff contention on Sept. 22 with a 23-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in San Francisco.

They lost to the New Orleans Saints in Week 17, but will return to the playoffs on Nov. 16 when they face the Cincinnati Bengals in Houston.

The teams will play each other seven times, starting in 2020.

The network is owned by the Dallas/Fort Worth-based Walt Disney Co., which owns ESPN and Fox.