Network picks wrong 4:25 game to show nationally

Dallas/Minnesota wasn't the game it was supposed to be
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Well that ended up being a bad decision.

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Last week we told you about the decision by CBS to show the Steelers/Bengals game in a small part of the country.

Basically in every AFC North city and near LSU in Louisiana, where Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow played college ball.

Most of the country witnessed Dallas Cowboys dominate the Minnesota Vikings 40-3.

While the game in Pittsburgh was disappointing for Steelers fans, especially in the second half, it was the more entertaining game at 4:25 p.m.

The 37-30 win for the Bengals would’ve been a better game for American to see.

Network executives were correct though when it came to flexing out the Steelers/Bengals out of Sunday Night Football.

The Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers went back and forth down to the ending of the game.

The Chiefs won 30-27.

The Steelers now get ready for the Jeff Saturday and the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football.

All of America will be subject to that game. Only Sunday night games can be flexed out.

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