Submitted by Austin Johnson
July 11, 2018 / 07:23 PM
Entertaining TD celebrations, exciting off-season trades, plus new talent from the NFL draft make for a football season you wouldn’t want to miss. Add on fantasy football and legalized sports gambling (in select states) to create a perfect storm for increased viewership. In fact, the NFL accounted for 30% of all sports viewing on TV in 2017.1 With teams in new cities and quarterbacks like Rodgers, Brees, Brady, and Newton all in good shape, fans old and new will have something to cheer for.
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1Nielsen Npower. Calendar Year 2017. NFL vs All Sports Viewership. Broadcast and Cable included. 2Source: 2016 NFL season Nielsen average rating A25-54 based on 2017 NFL television schedule.