How to know if your family is worth your salt, according to NFL draft coverage
Posted On June 16, 2021
The NFL draft is just a few weeks away and we are just about ready to dive into the NFL’s latest ratings data.
But this week we are focusing on the ratings of the top players in each conference.
First up, let’s take a look at the NFL teams who have the most NFL ratings.
The Bears and the Lions are the only two teams in the league that have a rating above 1,000,000 viewers per game.
This means that if you are watching on TV and the Bears or Lions win, you are actually paying for their coverage.
The ratings of all other teams are below 1,00,000 and thus far have been the only ones that have been able to reach that mark.
It would be nice if there was some sort of cap on the number of people watching a game, but there isn’t.
We have seen a total of seven NFL games in which the ratings exceeded 1 million viewers, according the latest Nielsen ratings data from the league’s website.
But those numbers are inflated by the fact that the games aired on TV in prime time, so if you watch them on your phone you may not be able to tune in at the same time as your friends and family.
The average audience is 1.4 million, and the average viewership is 3.5 million per game (which is lower than average for the entire league).
If you are looking for the best NFL ratings for any team, look no further than the Lions.
They have averaged 2.9 million viewers in the first five weeks of the season, which is more than any other team in the NFL.
The Bears have averaged 1.5 and 1.3 million viewers respectively.
Next is the NFC East.
If your team is playing in the NFC, it is going to have to make do with the ratings from those games.
This season the NFC has averaged 2,724,000 in viewership per game, which would place them second in the conference behind the Patriots.
The Redskins, Bears, Cowboys, Eagles, and Panthers have all been able the average of 2,621,000 total viewers per week, which puts them at the top of the league.
We have yet to see a playoff game from the NFC West, which means there are going to be fewer games with NFL ratings, but this is a good start.
In the NFC South, the Cowboys have averaged 3,084,000 average viewers per team, which places them third behind the Falcons and Rams.
The Panthers are averaging 3,064,000 per game this season, placing them fourth in the division behind the Redskins, Eagles and Packers.
Finally, the AFC East is also seeing a bump in viewership, as it averaged 2 of 3 games in the second week of the year with an average audience of 3,079,000.
The Jets and Colts have averaged about 2,000 more viewers per games, which ranks them third in the East.
The AFC is also going to see some significant ratings growth in 2018, as the Colts averaged 3.7 million viewers last year, up from 2.5 last year.
The Patriots are now averaging 4.3 millions per game on average, up slightly from 3.4 last year and 3.2 last season.
There are a couple more teams in this group, though, so stay tuned to the NFL Network for a full look at all of the NFL coverage this week.