The NFL is a big business that knows how to satisfy its clientele.
With the games being their biggest commodity, they are well aware that putting the better teams in front of bigger audiences helps them generate more revenue.
Likewise, television networks could charge a premium on advertisements knowing that the fans will tune in.
For that reason, the league reserved most of its primetime spots for legitimate contenders.
All eyes on primetime. 🤩 pic.twitter.com/6flFNHvfm6
— NFL (@NFL) May 13, 2022
The league revealed that 13 teams will have five primetime games each.
11 of these teams made the playoffs last year, while the remaining two squads made significant roster changes that should make them must-watch football.
Which Teams Have The Most Primetime Games?
The Denver Broncos will have Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson leading the way, hoping to end their postseason drought.
However, rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett might give him a run for his money.
Likewise, the Dallas Cowboys will get their fair share of primetime games given that they are the most valuable NFL franchise.
Love them or hate them, they have football fans tuning in for their games.
The Cincinnati Bengals are hoping to build on their Super Bowl stint last season, while the Buffalo Bills will have a “Super Bowl or bust” mantra in 2022.
Completing the list are the New England Patriots and the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams.