Not that it comes as much of surprise, but the Dallas Cowboys will be playing in front of a primetime audience quite a bit in 2012.
As it stands now--barring the team being flexed away from any of these slots, that is--Dallas will play in four primetime games: The season opener at New York on Wednesday, September 5, a Monday Night game against the Bears on October 1 and two Sunday Night games, one on November 4 at Atlanta and another at home against Philly, on December 2.
This doesn’t include the Thanksgiving Day match-up with the Washington Redskins at JerryWorld, which will most likely feature a match-up of Tony Romo and Robert Griffin III, and which pretty much serves as a primetime game.
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