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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Monday Night Football Hits near Season Low Rating

Ratings for Monday Night Football fell to a near season low this week, as the New York Giants took on the Atlanta Falcons at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The Falcons toppled the Giants in a close 23-20 final on Monday, but despite the exciting finish as the Giants clawed back to a near win, ESPN’s broadcast earned a disappointing 7.5 result in metered markets, Deadline Hollywood reported.

This result was down 11 percent from last week’s Monday night game and only three percent better than the season-low from October 8. The game was also down five percent over last year’s Week Seven game on Monday night.



Wolf Dog said...

I'm done with the NFL until the players can act like proud Americans & respect our national anthem, haven't watched a game for 2 seasons.

Anonymous said...

They don’t miss you, moron. Ratings are up across the board compared to all TV ratings (which are down because of cord cutting). It was a matchup of two crap teams - no wonder the ratings weren’t great.

Anonymous said...

There's football on Monday nights?

Anonymous said...

Here's an idea - show the football game WITHOUT ANNOUNCERS!

Anonymous said...

Hey 2:33 pm--------If you want football w/o announcers just turn of the sound........js

Anonymous said...

I won't even watch when all the local media starts to talk about them
I just change the channel
Don't want to hear any of it