NFL Games Top Local Ratings for the Week in 20 of 27 Markets

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NFL GAMES TOP LOCAL RATINGS IN 20 OF 27 MARKETS

 

NFL games topped local ratings in 20 of 27 NFL markets last week.  (Note: Due to weather-related power outages, local ratings are not available for the New York, Philadelphia, and Boston markets).

 

In addition, NFL games compared favorably in local ratings to prime-time competition:

 

Program

# of NFL Markets Ranked #1

NFL Football

20

World Series games

3

College Football: Florida vs. Georgia

2

60 Minutes

1

Dancing With The Stars

1

 

Following is the list of the NFL markets where football was the top-rated program for the week of Oct. 24-30:

 

Week of 10/24-10/30  

 

HH

HH

RTG

Market Game

Date

RTG

SHR

Rank

Pittsburgh Patriots at Steelers

10/30/11

51.2

72

1

New Orleans Saints at Rams

10/30/11

46.2

67

1

Baltimore Ravens at Jaguars*

10/24/11

38.6

56

1

Cincinnati Bengals at Seahawks

10/30/11

38.5

59

1

Buffalo Redskins at Bills

10/30/11

36.9

56

1

Minneapolis Vikings at Panthers

10/30/11

31.5

65

1

Nashville Colts at Titans

10/30/11

29.1

47

1

Cleveland Browns at 49ers

10/30/11

28.3

48

1

Denver Lions at Broncos

10/30/11

28.0

55

1

Indianapolis Colts at Titans

10/30/11

27.7

49

1

Detroit Lions at Broncos

10/30/11

27.4

46

1

Charlotte Vikings at Panthers

10/30/11

24.6

50

1

Seattle Bengals at Seahawks

10/30/11

23.9

49

1

Houston Jaguars at Texans

10/30/11

23.6

47

1

Washington, DC Redskins at Bills

10/30/11

23.1

42

1

Miami Dolphins at Giants

10/30/11

19.8

40

1

San Fran-Oakland Browns at 49ers

10/30/11

18.4

47

1

Phoenix Cardinals at Ravens

10/30/11

18.1

37

1

San Diego Patriots at Steelers

10/30/11

15.7

31

1

Tampa Patriots at Steelers

10/30/11

15.6

28

1

 

* Local affiliate & ESPN combined

 

Source: NFL & The Nielsen Company

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