Medical News Is it time for the NFL to return to its traditional TV ratings formula?
It appears that way.
NFL Media’s annual football ratings report released Monday (Jan. 11) shows that the league has been on a steady climb in the past two seasons.
In the past 10 years, the league’s average viewership has grown from 4.7 million in 2009 to 10.6 million in 2016.
NFL ratings in 2016 are up by nearly 25% from the 9.3 million viewers that tuned in for the league in 2009.
The NFL averaged 3.6 billion viewers in its prime time slots, down by 8% from 2016.
But the league is still one of the most-watched sports leagues in the world.
And for the first time in the league history, the NFL average ratings have increased by 10% from last season.
The NFL averaged 2.4 billion viewers, down from 2.7 billion in 2017.
The average audience for the past five seasons was 1.3 billion, down 11% from 438.7 in 2017, and the league average viewership in 2020 was up just over 30% from 591.7 last year.
That’s because the NFL was able to average its highest-rated games on national TV while also making the most of the time on the network.
But it’s the league getting better, not the ratings.
NFL games are becoming more and more interesting and compelling.
And viewers are seeing the action on television more and getting to know the players on the field.
The league has always been a fan-centric business, and it has a special place in the hearts of football fans.
The numbers will always tell you that, but it’s exciting to see that the NFL is seeing growth in the ratings as it grows in reach.
The league has more than tripled its viewership during the past decade.
But that growth hasn’t come in a linear way.
The ratings aren’t a linear function of the game itself.
The number of people watching the game is the most important factor, and viewers have an impact on the audience.
The amount of time people spend watching the sport has a huge impact on whether or not the game sells.
The way that the games are played has an even bigger impact on how much money people make from the game.
In the past, ratings were not even taken into account when predicting viewership, but the trend is now moving in the right direction.
A study from Nielsen found that the average viewership of the 2017 NFL game peaked at 1.5 million viewers.
This year’s game peaked with 1.9 million viewers, up 22% from 835,000 viewers last year and up 25% in five years.
The viewership was even higher for the preseason game, with 2.6m people tuning in, up 16% from 1.2m last year, and up 20% in six years.
NFL viewership is still far behind that of other sports.
It’s possible that the ratings are a bit of a fluke this year.
But if you take into account the number of viewers and the time spent watching the games, it is clear that ratings are in the process of growing.