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AlonsoWDC
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
Hick isn't some slur.

There are plenty of dumb shite hicks on TD.


Jcorye1
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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Offended, bitch?


No just laughing at you being a hypocritical moron. I don't even live in the south.


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Hamma1122
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
Where’s the people that refuse to watch


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
As per a NBC release, they drew a total audience delivery (counting streaming on Peacock, the NBC Sports app, and NFL digital platforms) average of 26.0 million viewers, the best such number for an opening game since 2015.
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But, see LINK /

Digital views are measured however the service wants to measure them:
“How does it work, then, for a streaming service? Well, as Netflix revealed this week, the answer is however the companies want to!”

Netflix , for example, counts 2 minutes of viewing as a “view.”

“But these figures still have so many holes in them. For one, the company doesn’t count multiple users who log in to the same account (meaning the data might suggest that the parents of millennials who borrow their folks’ passwords are actually watching Cheer and The Circle). The data is also misleading because it completely inflates the popularity of, well, everything. No broadcast network could claim to its advertisers that two minutes of intentioned viewing should count toward a show’s popularity, especially since the ad breaks come much further into an episode of analog television.”




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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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Sunday Night Football opener (Bears-Rams, 17.6M) fell 7% vs the year-ago Cowboys-Rams game (18.9M). CBS' regional window inched up 2% to 13.9M, while Fox's early coverage dropped 17% to 11.2M.

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All told, Week One NFL ratings (with ESPN/ABC numbers to drop later this afternoon) look to be down 7% YOY, although again the double-barrel 4:20 games make for apples-to-Fiona-Apples comps.


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
Ratings for Saints Packers, the late double header game, was down 37% from last year


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
This is pretty amazing.


jlovel7
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
So Thursday night football opener was up bigly but everything else either increased only modestly or steadily declined? Im surprised. And the games were mostly all good this weekend.


RLDSC FAN
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
Maybe fans didn't think much of the saints prior to this game. But they looked awesome, so I'm expecting more fans to start tuning in.


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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There are plenty of dumb shite hicks on TD.


Boyyyyy you maddddddd


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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Ratings for Saints Packers, the late double header game, was down 37% from last year

That game up against the Browns-Chiefs game on CBS. The Saints might have been available to more people, but it was a blowout game compared to a great game between two AFC contenders.



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RLDSC FAN
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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The #Ravens-#Raiders game last night totaled 15.29 million viewers, making it the most-watched MNF Week 1 game since 2013. The "ManningCast" featuring Eli and Peyton drew 800,000 viewers on ESPN2.


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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The #Ravens-#Raiders game last night totaled 15.29 million viewers, making it the most-watched MNF Week 1 game since 2013


Could this be from the double network showing of ABC and ESPN?


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Hurricane Mike
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
Remember when I said this:

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They cannibalized the usual Cowboys SNF ratings to get it





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Sunday Night Football opener (Bears-Rams, 17.6M) fell 7% vs the year-ago Cowboys-Rams game (18.9M)


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Hurricane Mike
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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Where’s the people that refuse to watch




Right here


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molsusports
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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So Thursday night football opener was up bigly but everything else either increased only modestly or steadily declined?


We'll have to see what happens as the season progresses.

But the opening game was a perfect choice for good ratings. You have Brady coming back from a Super Bowl win against the most popular team in the NFL. And it was a highly competitive game decided by a close margin.


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bleeng
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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The "ManningCast" featuring Eli and Peyton drew 800,000 viewers on ESPN2.

I have a feeling this will be much higher next Monday night.


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Paddyshack
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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So Thursday night football opener was up bigly but everything else either increased only modestly or steadily declined? Im surprised. And the games were mostly all good this weekend.


Seems like it. And Thursday night was probably the most high profile game all weekend and the first game of the year.

I'm sure the black national anthem (not sure what nation they live in) performance from TNF helped garner viewership over the weekend...


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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
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The Week 2 edition of Monday Night Football (Lions-Packers) averaged 13.81 million viewers across ESPN and ESPN2, including 1.86 million for the Peyton and Eli Manning-fronted alternate presentation on ESPN2 — more than double the audience that tuned in for the Mannings in Week 1 (800K). The Manningcast accounted for 13% of the total audience, compared to five percent in Week 1 (when the primary presentation of the game aired on both ESPN and ABC).

The combined audience declined 11% from Saints-Raiders in Week 2 last year, but that game aired on both ESPN and ABC (15.59M). Compared to Browns-Jets on ESPN alone in 2019, viewership increased 13%. Green Bay’s win trails only last year as the most-watched Week 2 edition of MNF since 2014 (Eagles-Colts: 14.89M).

CBS averaged 19.29 million viewers for its Week 2 doubleheader, up 33% from last year it its most-watched September doubleheader since 2014. The network is now averaging 17.93 million for the season, its highest two-week average since 2015 (18.18M).



Oilfieldbiology
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re: Cowboys-Bucs game hit a five-year high (updated with week 2 numbers)
What happens if Manning cast gets more viewers than the normal Monday night crew?


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