The Texans. That's what.
Oh, there will be other things on TV too, and you can count on the schmucks at ESPN to keep a Favre-tracker in the corner, but the Texans will be on national TV sharing their disappointing defense with all the land. And now the rest of America can again see what we have to put up with on a week-to-week basis while simultaneously marveling at Arian Foster (also known as Adrian to Matt Millen) and Andre Johnson.
A Texans Win
Baltimore Ravens @ Houston Texans -- ESPN, 7:30 PM -- I think I stepped on just about every possible angle for this game on the rest of the site. How about payback for the Sage Rosenfels-fueled beatdown Baltimore gave the Texans in 2008?
Manchester United vs. Arsenal -- ESPN2, 2 PM -- Two of the top four teams in the EPL face off in a game that is worth skipping work for. Remember to boo Theo Walcott viciously at all times.
Reliant Stadium's Roof Is Punctured By...Uh, Cold?
Dallas Stars @ Columbus Blue Jackets -- Fox Sports SW, 6 PM -- The Stars have been much worse on the road, and Columbus has been much worse at home. Turns out Brad Richards is pretty good, eh?
Los Angeles Kings @ Detroit Red Wings -- Versus, 6:30 PM -- Marco Sturm, new King, will hope to live up to his acquisition price for the Kings. Which was...take it away, Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiareli:
The news release said Boston would receive "future considerations," but general manager Peter Chiarelli met with reporters and said: "Really, it's nothing."
Has anyone lived up to the hype in advance?