The Cowboys are the featured 4pm Fox game in New England also.
Not including to-be flexed games, here are teams with the most prime time games.
Teams with FIVE prime time games
Chicago Bears (7 wins last year)
Cleveland Browns (Tradition of failure)
Indianapolis Colts (not so great)
New England Patriots (Matt Cassel is not Brady)
Pittsburgh Steelers (O-Line is terrible, boring to watch)
Teams with FOUR prime time games
(8-8 last year)
(13-3 last year, also had Romo)
(Still have Norv Turner)
THREE prime timers
Broncos (I am sick of seeing the Broncos; they suck)
Packers (although I hate them, they were 13-3 last year, unlike the Bears)
Vikings (Sick of noon games)
TWO prime timers
Jets (Favray the INT machine)
Seahawks (shouldn't suck like they do)
Ravens (Weren't they terrible last year? yes)
Saints (entertaining team)
49ers, Bills, Panthers (6-2), Jaguars (11-5 last year) Titans (8-0!)
Dolphins, Lions, Falcons, Rams, Texans and Chiefs can't make it past 7pm.
First off, the Bears get 5 prime time games? Sure they've improved, but weren't the Packers and Vikings ahead in the division last year?
Cleveland: What kind of idiot would gamble TV ratings on the BROWNS?
Why not give some more night games to some fun teams to watch, like the Saints? Or playoff teams like the Titans? Perennial contenders like Carolina?
I'm sooo tired of seeing boring Big-Ben and the Steelers, the mediocre Broncos, the overexposed Patriots, droopy face Eli Manning, etc.
Also, why in Minnesota are we always forced to watch the Cowboys in the late game or on the bye week? As far as I know, any true Minnesotan hates the Cowboys and now they're like the '06 Vikings with ex-Viking chuds at QB sucking the fun out of watching televised football.