Yes they were flexed out of primetime during the Covid year.. I think they were like 4-9 at the time. If I recall correctly it was the season ender against the Giants.. but I think that was done for competitive reasons because the league didn't want the Washington outcome from earlier in the day to render that game 100% meaningless. That's my recollection but I could be wrong.. Memory is the second thing to go..
It probably won’t happen, but the Cowboys have historically had problems with Green Bay and they have Aaron Rodgers at QB. The Cowboys at Lambeau is going to draw an audience. The Colts aren’t having a very good season and NBC may end up wanting a more competitive matchup for Sunday night. However, the Cowboys do draw an audience and have a tendency to struggle against bad teams, so I doubt the game is flexed out. Plus, the Cowboys have had some issues winning games on Sunday night. Their overall Sunday night record hasn’t been great. A lot of people love watching the Cowboys lose and this could be a trap game for them.