I just got done looking over the nationally televised games and noticed some curious things: The "Most Competitive Division in Football"...that overglorified NFC East, has 14 national games this season, of which only 2 are flex games. The next closest division in the AFC East, of which have 9 with 1 flex due in large part to the Patriots. Just wondering what people thought about this. Does it seem warranted that the NFC East has so many games? Is anyone on here that excited to see these games? Oh, and by the way. The team with the most nationally televised games is the 2006-2007 playoffs one-and-done, wild card Cowboys. The team with the next most? Super Bowl Champion Indy. Just an interesting side note: Every AFC South team but the Texans has a Monday Night game this season...but that's ok, we'll have plenty next year.