99 Stats Until Kickoff: (No. 7) National Football League no longer just a Sunday game

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Over the past several years the NFL has given fans a steady diet of games on days other than Sunday as Monday and Thursday contests are now a regular staple of the regular season schedule.

This past season, of the 256 regular-season games on the schedule, 34 (13.3 percent) were played on days other than Sundays. Following is a look at how well each of the NFL teams have performed on non-Sunday games since 2000.

Team, Record in non-Sunday games since 2000 (win pct)

New England: 26-7 .788
Indianapolis: 20-6 .769
Pittsburgh: 23-7 .767

San Francisco: 18-10 .643
Tennessee: 15-10 .600

Dallas: 24-17 .585
Green Bay: 21-15 .583
Denver: 20-16 .556
Philadelphia: 20-16 .556
Seattle: 10-8 .556
Atlanta: 11-10 .524
New Orleans: 12-11 .522
New York Giants: 16-16 .500
Baltimore: 12-12 .500
Chicago: 11-11 .500
San Diego: 11-11 .500

Kansas City: 11-12 .478
Minnesota: 13-15 .464
St. Louis: 10-12 .455
Tampa Bay: 9-12 .429
Buffalo: 5-7 .417
Carolina: 6-9 .400

New York Jets: 10-16 .385
Cincinnati: 5-8 .385
Houston: 4-7 .364
Washington: 9-18 .333
Miami: 9-19 .321

Oakland: 8-19 .296
Detroit: 6-15 .286
Cleveland: 3-9 .250
Arizona: 3-10 .231
Jacksonville: 4-14 .222

For the record, six teams have winning percentages of .600 or better on Sunday games since 2000. They are: New England (.714), Indianapolis (.648), Green Bay (.640), Pittsburgh (.632), Baltimore (.620) and Philadelphia (.613).

Four teams have a winning percentage under .400 in Sunday games since 2000. They are: Detroit (.299), Cleveland (.347), Buffalo (.393) and Arizona (.395).

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