One NFL Team Expected To Get Large Amount Of Primetime Games In 2023

Football analyst Peter King has predicted that the New York Jets could receive a significant boost in their primetime presence in the 2023 NFL season, assuming they acquire Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

King believes that the Jets could potentially receive the maximum of five primetime games, including the Sunday or Monday night opener against teams like the Eagles or Bills.

Additionally, the Jets could have a total of 11 or 12 national television games, including a Black Friday game and a highly anticipated matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.

This increase in national television exposure could be a game-changer for the Jets, who had only one primetime game in the 2022 season.

However, it is still unclear whether the Jets will actually acquire Rodgers, as his future with the Packers remains uncertain. If they do, the league is likely to capitalize on the fascination of him changing teams, which could create a ratings bonanza in week one and potentially lead to more primetime games for the Jets throughout the season.

Overall, if King's predictions hold true, the Jets could become a major draw for fans and media alike, thanks to the potential explosive offense and proven quarterback leading the charge.

It will be interesting to see how the situation develops and whether the Jets will live up to the hype, assuming they acquire Rodgers. Photo Credit:  Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports