Seattle on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of December 21-27, 2015

January 4, 2016

Seattle topped the local market NFL franchise ratings for the week of December 21-27, 2015 with a 44.8/73 household rating/share for the Rams-Seahawks week 16 contest. 44.8% of the Seatle-Tacoma market is around 791,000 homes (by contrast 17.2% of the NYC market is around 1.3 million homes). Here’s a list ranking the number of homes in each Nielsen market. via the NFL (note the table only lists NFL markets where an NFL game was the #1 telecast for…

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Denver on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of November 23-29, 2015

December 4, 2015

Denver topped the local market NFL franchise ratings for the week of November 23-29 with a 48.6/70 household rating/share for the Patriots-Broncos week 12 contest. 48.6% of the Denver market is around 766,000 homes. Here’s a list ranking the number of homes in each Nielsen market. via the NFL (note the table only lists NFL markets where an NFL game was the #1 telecast for the week, if your local team played a game that week and isn’t…

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Seattle on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of November 9-15, 2015

November 20, 2015

Seattle topped the local market NFL franchise ratings for the week of November 9-15 with a 48.1/69 household rating/share for the Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks week 10 contest. 48.1% of the Denver market is around 758,000 homes. Here’s a list ranking the number of homes in each Nielsen market. via the NFL (note the table only lists NFL markets where an NFL game was the #1 telecast for the week, if your local team played a game…

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Denver on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of October 26-November 1, 2015

November 5, 2015

Denver topped the local market NFL franchise ratings for the 8th week of the season with a 49.0/70 household rating share for the Green Bay Packers vs Denver Broncos week 8 contest. 49% of the Denver market is around 772,000 homes. Here’s a list ranking the number of homes in each Nielsen market. via the NFL (note the table only lists NFL markets where an NFL game was the #1 telecast for the week, if…

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New Orleans on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of October 19-25, 2015

October 29, 2015

With the Packers in a bye week, Milwaukee took a week off from this list and  New Orleans topped the NFL’s local market ratings for Sunday’s Saints-Colts game  with a 46.6 household rating. The streamed Bills-Jags game still aired on TV locally in Buffalo and Jacksonville and Buffalo ranked as 4th-best local market rating for the week for that game. Jacksonville ranked 14th. 46.6 % of the Mew Orleans  market is around 295,000 homes. Here’s…

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Milwaukee back on top in NFL local market rankings for the week of October 12-18, 2015

October 22, 2015

Milwaukee topped local market NFL ratings for the 5th week of the season with a 50.8/74 household rating share for the San Diego Chargers versus Green Bay Packers week 6 contest. 50.8% of the Milwaukee market is around 448,000 homes. Here’s a list ranking the number of homes in each Nielsen market. via the NFL (note the table only lists NFL markets where an NFL game was the #1 telecast for the week, if your local team…

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Seattle tops NFL local market rankings for the week of October 5-11, 2015

October 15, 2015

Seattle topped local market NFL ratings for the 5th week of the season with a 46.3/70 household rating share for the Seahawks’  week 4 Monday Night Football contest versus the Detroit Lions (the rest of the games in the list below were week 5 games). This doesn’t mean more people in Seattle watched football than in New York, it just means a (much) higher percentage of people in Seattle watched football than in…

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Denver tops NFL local market rankings in 3rd week of 2015 season

October 1, 2015

Milwaukee was dethroned (because the Packers played on Monday, and that Monday will be in next week’s measurement) and Denver led the local market ratings again in the third week of the NFL season with a household rating/share. Milwaukee had a 52.5/73 last week. This doesn’t mean more people in Denver watched football than in New York, it just means a higher percentage of people in Denver watched football. via the NFL:  

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