Sports Minute: NFL TV ratings up for second straight year
By JOE REEDY
AP Sports Writer
The NFL goes into the playoffs with its regular-season ratings having gone up for the second straight year, the first time the league has seen back-to-back increases since 2010. The league’s 100th season was its most watched in four years as games averaged 16.5 million viewers on TV. That is a 5% increase over 2018. The Dallas Cowboys had three of the five most-watched games and they had the top game on every package except “Monday Night Football.” Dallas’ Thanksgiving Day game against Buffalo on CBS was the top game at 32.6 million.
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