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Monday Night Football ratings are the lowest for Week 14 since 2011

Pro Football Talk Tuesday, 11 December 2018
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According to Reuters, the NFL is enjoying a strong ratings performance by Fox. The broadcasting rights for Thursday Night Football went to Fox Sports back in January, after an extended tenure on CBS and NBC. But with the college bowl season about to begin, the NFL's week 15 hosted the last Thursday...

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