The Dallas Cowboys’ victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football averaged a 14.9 overnight household rating with a 24 share, the best since week 1’s Colts-Broncos matchup
Everyone loves a winner.
The America vs. Tigres match reached 4.8 million viewers who watched all or part of the broadcast and averaged 2.2 million viewers from 9:24-11:32p.
It seemed as dreadful of a game as the 12-6 score indicated, and indeed the 7.67 million viewers was down from last week’s Cowboys beatdown of the Bears on NFL Network which drew 9.11 million.
The New Orleans Pelicans/Dallas Mavericks NBA matchup on ESPN led the cable sports networks with 1.368 million viewers. Pardon the Interruption was second-best with 1.15 million, edging out the late NBA game’s (Heat/Nuggets) 1.13 million.
CBS Sports’ national coverage of the SEC ON CBS for the 2014 season is the highest-rated regular-season college football package on any network for the sixth consecutive season, averaging a national household rating/share of 4.0/9.
Seattle jumped to the top of the local market heap for week 14 of the NFL season drawing a 44.3 local household rating and a 76 share for the Seahawks-Eagles Game Want to know how 44.3% of first place Seattle stacks up with 14.8% of last place New York City? (spoiler: 44% of Seattle is smaller than 15% of NYC). via the NFL: Week of 12/1-12/7: HH HH RTG…