Tag: NFL ratings

AP Mark Lennihan

Super Bowl Ratings Plummet to 8-Year Low

Super Bowl LII will go down as one of the most entertaining championship games in recent memory. However, for the NFL, it will go down as the lowest-rated Super Bowl game in recent memory.

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Ratings for ‘Monday Night Football’ Down Double Digits from Last Year

The New England Patriots suffered the end of their eight-game winning streak in a game that saw a small rise in the ratings over last week. But the NFL is still not winning because even with better numbers this week, Monday Night Football was still a loss compared to last year’s Week 14 game.

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Dismal NFL Numbers Show a Sea of Ratings in the Red for 2017

Sports Media Watch has a great resource for the National Football League’s ratings since 2014 and a glance through the listings for this season through Week 13 offers a sea of red fields showing just how badly the league’s TV ratings have suffered this year.

AP Bill Feig

NFL Ratings Nightmare Likely to Get Worse, Not Better

The first half of the 2017 NFL season proved beyond a doubt, that the NFL’s ratings crisis couldn’t solely be chalked-up to the presidential election of 2016. Writing in Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio makes the case that the second half of 2017 could be even worse for the NFL, for that very same reason.

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Sunday Night Football Slips Again As NFL Ratings Continue to Crater

There’s no real nice way of saying this, but people just don’t seem to care about the NFL anymore. On a day that saw a Vice President leave his seat in protest, the ratings for Sunday Night Football once again fell below the number for the previous week.

Chase Daniel

NFL Backlash: ‘Sunday Night Football’ Ratings Tank … Again

Another Sunday delivers more bad ratings news for a National Football League already imploding under the weight of its own strident and proven anti-Americanism. Last week, Sunday Night Football hit a new season low, and compared to last year, sunk a full 10 percent. This week, viewership for Sunday Night Football collapsed even further, down another five percent. Compared to this same week last year, viewership fell two percent.