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Minnesota and New Orleans are two of the top teams. The league likes to make stars out of its top teams and the players on those teams by showing them as much as possible.  The Bills and fish are not on the A list.

 

As to the quality of the play and whether it's a competitive matchup, they don't care. 

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Just now, Utah John said:

Minnesota is one of the top teams. The league likes to make stars out of its top teams and the players on those teams by showing them as much as possible.  The Bills and fish are not on the A list.

 

As to the quality of the play and whether it's a competitive matchup, they don't care. 

 

They should because games that are non-competitive quickly lose out of market audiences and they often wind up switching to another game. 

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Yikes

 

CBS clearly thinks that NOBODY other than the people in Buffalo and Miami have any interest in a game between Buffalo and Miami.  I find that really hard to believe...but it shows you what CBS thinks about it. (I've always wondered how they come up with these decisions.)

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After listening to an interview with Peter King,  he makes it sound like no one believes in... or wants to see BUF or TENN in the AFC playoffs.    People would rather see wild card playoff games like Balt @ LA  and KC at Jax.    

 

I don't think that has anything to do with the TV map but i thought that was interesting in how the masses feel about Buffalo.  

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2 hours ago, 707BillsFan said:

The masses get Cin v  Min (albeit most of that area is wasteland)? That's the game I least want to watch. Thank goodness for Red Zone

Interesting to read you perceive the entire West Coast of the United States to be a 'wasteland'.

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12 hours ago, RiotAct said:

CBS all like “ain’t nobody wanna see Miami and Buffalo!”

 

 

Who the #### wants to see a mismatch like NO/Jets in Boston when two MIA/BUF are playing?

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3 hours ago, SoCal Deek said:

Interesting to read you perceive the entire West Coast of the United States to be a 'wasteland'.

Isn't it? Pretty much everything between California and Illinois is void of existence.  My daughter goes to college in NY, I've driven the CA to NY, NY to CA route often via 80 (where much of this TV viewing area is for the Cin/Min game). I know what's in between those two states. NOTHING!! Oh BTW, did you happen to see where I live? Get over it.

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Interesting that, according to this map, Cleveland and Baltimore over through Erie.  It could just be that it's off a bit, but Erie is supposedly Bills territory, and that's not fully reflected here. Close, but not fully.

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On 12/13/2017 at 12:40 PM, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Should be a much better contest than CIN at MIN.

 

You know those folks in Cali are dying to see Bungles/Vikes.

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On ‎12‎/‎14‎/‎2017 at 1:18 AM, 707BillsFan said:

Isn't it? Pretty much everything between California and Illinois is void of existence.  My daughter goes to college in NY, I've driven the CA to NY, NY to CA route often via 80 (where much of this TV viewing area is for the Cin/Min game). I know what's in between those two states. NOTHING!! Oh BTW, did you happen to see where I live? Get over it.

It can't be lost on you that the vast majority of the interstate system was purposely built far far out and away from development and bypassed all cities for safety reasons. Can it??

 

And wasteland is a very subjective term. So Vegas, Yellowstone, Denver, the Rockies, KC, St louis, Chicago, (I know you pointed out only from IL to CA)Detroit, Nashville, Cinci, Cleveland, Pitt, Philly, are all "nothing" LOL LOL. CA people need to get over themselves. The world does not revolve around a state that is f'ed up in so many ways it is hard to count. Taxes, Illegal Immigration, state bankrupt, cities bankrupt, school shortages, sanctuary state and cites, over regulation, overtaxed, socialist thinking, all caused by Liberal loser leaders. Not to mention Hollywood sex scandals, persuasive drug use, illegal drug importer of the world. It is a perfect blueprint on how"'NOT" to run a state.

 

I have driven through many urban "wastelands" and many country "paradises". And I love the city and all it offers. You can like both.

 

Oh and by the way. More people live in between those two beacon lights on the hill(CA and NY) than live in those two areas.

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7 hours ago, cba fan said:

It can't be lost on you that the vast majority of the interstate system was purposely built far far out and away from development and bypassed all cities for safety reasons. Can it??

 

And wasteland is a very subjective term. So Vegas, Yellowstone, Denver, the Rockies, KC, St louis, Chicago, (I know you pointed out only from IL to CA)Detroit, Nashville, Cinci, Cleveland, Pitt, Philly, are all "nothing" LOL LOL. CA people need to get over themselves. The world does not revolve around a state that is f'ed up in so many ways it is hard to count. Taxes, Illegal Immigration, state bankrupt, cities bankrupt, school shortages, sanctuary state and cites, over regulation, overtaxed, socialist thinking, all caused by Liberal loser leaders. Not to mention Hollywood sex scandals, persuasive drug use, illegal drug importer of the world. It is a perfect blueprint on how"'NOT" to run a state.

 

I have driven through many urban "wastelands" and many country "paradises". And I love the city and all it offers. You can like both.

 

Oh and by the way. More people live in between those two beacon lights on the hill(CA and NY) than live in those two areas.

Population density -- the bottom states #40-50: South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Utah, Nevada and Idaho. All w/in this area. A lot of NOTHING!! If you want to look even further, Oregon, Oklahoma and Colorado are near the bottom as well. Nothingness! If you add up all those states in the Red / Cin vs Min -- probably just about CA & NY's 60 million. Looks like there are about 20 states on that list...start adding. Let me know. 

 

I'm not bringing politics into this like you. In fact, politics should not even be a part of this discussion. Go to the Off the Wall area for that (never seem much there either). 

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28 minutes ago, 707BillsFan said:

Population density -- the bottom states #40-50: South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Utah, Nevada and Idaho. All w/in this area. A lot of NOTHING!! If you want to look even further, Oregon, Oklahoma and Colorado are near the bottom as well. Nothingness! If you add up all those states in the Red / Cin vs Min -- probably just about CA & NY's 60 million. Looks like there are about 20 states on that list...start adding. Let me know. 

 

I'm not bringing politics into this like you. In fact, politics should not even be a part of this discussion. Go to the Off the Wall area for that (never seem much there either). 

Now hold up now!!! Okla by god homa is the center of the football world!!! Slow your roll!!! 

 

I can also confidently say that most Okies would rather watch th Saints-Jets game.

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On 12/14/2017 at 2:18 AM, 707BillsFan said:

Isn't it? Pretty much everything between California and Illinois is void of existence.  My daughter goes to college in NY, I've driven the CA to NY, NY to CA route often via 80 (where much of this TV viewing area is for the Cin/Min game). I know what's in between those two states. NOTHING!! Oh BTW, did you happen to see where I live? Get over it.

What's between those states gives you the ability to live.  What's between those states is everything that this country represents.

 

If not for those wasteland states you'd not have one big of food. Not one big of goods from the other coast.

 

You coastal elites and your schticklock is dumbfounding.

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4 minutes ago, Boyst62 said:

What's between those states gives you the ability to live.  What's between those states is everything that this country represents.

 

If not for those wasteland states you'd not have one big of food. Not one big of goods from the other coast.

 

You coastal elites and your schticklock is dumbfounding.

You go boy!

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12 hours ago, 707BillsFan said:

Population density -- the bottom states #40-50: South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Utah, Nevada and Idaho. All w/in this area. A lot of NOTHING!! If you want to look even further, Oregon, Oklahoma and Colorado are near the bottom as well. Nothingness! If you add up all those states in the Red / Cin vs Min -- probably just about CA & NY's 60 million. Looks like there are about 20 states on that list...start adding. Let me know. 

 

I'm not bringing politics into this like you. In fact, politics should not even be a part of this discussion. Go to the Off the Wall area for that (never seem much there either). 

My Football Gods you can not possibly be this thick. Can you?

 

I just added it all up.

CA NY pop combined = 59 mill

US pop = 323 mill

This means 264 mill or 81.7 % of the US population does not live in CA or NY.

 

Get some perspective please. TV ratings do not care how spread out the audience tuned in is. All they care about is HOW MANY TOTAL.

 

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On 12/15/2017 at 8:35 PM, cba fan said:

My Football Gods you can not possibly be this thick. Can you?

 

I just added it all up.

CA NY pop combined = 59 mill

US pop = 323 mill

This means 264 mill or 81.7 % of the US population does not live in CA or NY.

 

Get some perspective please. TV ratings do not care how spread out the audience tuned in is. All they care about is HOW MANY TOTAL.

 

Still not the answer I was looking for, try again

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11 hours ago, 707BillsFan said:

Still not the answer I was looking for, try again

I am not adding up "all the red". I can't do it as some red states(about 15) are split and not all one color.

 

Does not matter. You lose as your postion is there is nothing between your holy land of CA(lol) and NY.

 

You are wrong. 59 mill vs 264 mill,  TV viewership/ratings do not care how spread out the tv audience is. 

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Why is everyone so offended?  The dude basically said "not a lot of people live in those areas".  And proportionate to land area, he is correct.  If you made a pie chart of the map based on number of people, I'd would not look like Cin/Min dominated.  At least not the way the map makes it look.  If you took out Cali, the slice of pie would be small.

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