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There were two games played on Sunday in the NFL Playoffs. The visiting San Francisco 49ers defeated the Green Bay Packers in below zero weather in the last second to win 23-20 on the famed ‘Frozen Tundra’ of Lambeau Stadium. … Continue reading →
The battle between the host, Philadelphia Eagles in the City of Brotherly Love, and the visiting New Orleans Saints, brought in more than million viewers on average throughout the evening on Saturday. With the Saints winning their first game on … Continue reading →
As in 2011 and 2012, this year’s top TV programs were almost exclusively the realm of NFL telecasts, per Nielsen, with various NFL programming occupying 9 of the top 10 programs of the year. Super Bowl XLVII between the San … Continue reading →
NBC began the extended Sunday prime time evening at 7P with ‘Football Night in America’ against severe football competition drawing 7.47 million viewers and at 730P, viewership grew to 10.67 million increasing then took a leading position at 8P with … Continue reading →
In the Fall, many things happen to the redesigned programming schedules. Football is all-powerful on Sundays as the NFL games often run longer than expected (or on the part of the network, hoped for). This Sunday was stranger than most. … Continue reading →
St. Louis was the sports capital of the world on Monday as both baseball and football squared off. Game #5 of the World Series at 8P won the evening with an overwhelming 14.45 million viewers and a 9.2 rating and … Continue reading →
Just like the ALCS in Game #2, the visiting team at Fenway pulled out a win after trailing. The St. Louis Cardinals behind the pitching of Michael Wacha and a fascinating bullpen, brought not only the Cardinals to victory but … Continue reading →