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Hey wow Bills get the A team announcers!  Will really enjoy Tony Romo on his pre-snap reads and correlation to where Josh Allen goes.  I may be in minority but I enjoy Romo.

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9 minutes ago, freddyjj said:

Hey wow Bills get the A team announcers!  Will really enjoy Tony Romo on his pre-snap reads and correlation to where Josh Allen goes.  I may be in minority but I enjoy Romo.

 

if Romo doesn't bend over backwards to find low-hanging Bills fruit you may want to turn it off

 

Romo opting to ride the horse winning by 40 lengths and gloating over it will be unbearable

 

 

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How long into the 4th quarter do they switch it over to the Miami game?

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Looking forward to Romo's views on Allen. He is usually very knowledgeable and fair. 

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13 minutes ago, Gugny said:

How long into the 4th quarter do they switch it over to the Miami game?

 

not the 2nd quarter?

 

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32 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

not the 2nd quarter?

 

 

2nd quarter or minny up by 50

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11 minutes ago, dorquemada said:

 

2nd quarter or minny up by 50

 

sadly they never switch games in Canada, missed the first minutes of a few 4pm-ish starts last week so they could call timeouts and kneel for 5 minutes of a game long over

 

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As a side note, the top ten highest rated television programs are all NFL games.  So much for ratings declines.

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9 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

As a side note, the top ten highest rated television programs are all NFL games.  So much for ratings declines.

 

this is like having #1 in the Top 40, joining Rod Stewart and Jingle Cats, claiming the record industry isn't over?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

this is like having #1 in the Top 40, joining Rod Stewart and Jingle Cats, claiming the record industry isn't over?

 

 :huh: No. No it is not.  

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14 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

 :huh: No. No it is not.  

 

TV ratings?  anyone under 30 rolls their eyes as if you just fell off your pet dinosaur, gramps

 

 

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Just now, row_33 said:

TV ratings?  anyone under 30 rolls their eyes as if you just feel off a dinosaur

 

Plenty of people over 30 watch and ad revenues are based on eyeballs relative to other programming. It is what it is.  

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15 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

As a side note, the top ten highest rated television programs are all NFL games.  So much for ratings declines.

 

having the highest ratings and having a decline year over year are vastly different metrics.  

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9 minutes ago, RyanC883 said:

 

having the highest ratings and having a decline year over year are vastly different metrics.  

 

TV ratings boasting meant 50 million back in the day

 

now they crow if they get top 10 with half a million watching

 

 

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1 minute ago, RyanC883 said:

having the highest ratings and having a decline year over year are vastly different metrics.  

 

Obviously it's relative to ratings given current trends of cord cutting with plenty of alternatives such as Hulu, Netflicks, Sling TV, Amazon, Vue, etc.

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36 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Obviously it's relative to ratings given current trends of cord cutting with plenty of alternatives such as Hulu, Netflicks, Sling TV, Amazon, Vue, etc.

 

advertising is a house of cards right now.  There's too much competition for eyeballs, and we just got over the crest of the wave of advertising revenue for the NFL

 

https://www.adweek.com/tv-video/nfls-regular-season-ad-revenue-fell-1-2-as-makegoods-overtook-unit-rate-increases/

 

Perception always lags reality, it took 10 years for newspapers to fully realize the web was eating their lunch in an unsustainable way.  Youtube and Pandora/Spotify/Apple Music have gutted radio advertising demand because nobody listens to OTA radio if they have one of those services.

 

I'm not saying this gleefully either, but at some point, the next bid for NFL broadcast rights will be less than the previous one.

 

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17 minutes ago, dorquemada said:

 

advertising is a house of cards right now.  There's too much competition for eyeballs, and we just got over the crest of the wave of advertising revenue for the NFL

 

https://www.adweek.com/tv-video/nfls-regular-season-ad-revenue-fell-1-2-as-makegoods-overtook-unit-rate-increases/

 

Perception always lags reality, it took 10 years for newspapers to fully realize the web was eating their lunch in an unsustainable way.  Youtube and Pandora/Spotify/Apple Music have gutted radio advertising demand because nobody listens to OTA radio if they have one of those services.

 

I'm not saying this gleefully either, but at some point, the next bid for NFL broadcast rights will be less than the previous one.

 

 

i've been hearing the NFL will be destroyed by having to take a 90% bath on the next TV ratings since 1973.... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

 

 

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3 hours ago, freddyjj said:

Hey wow Bills get the A team announcers!  Will really enjoy Tony Romo on his pre-snap reads and correlation to where Josh Allen goes.  I may be in minority but I enjoy Romo.

 

Same here.

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3 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

That is a weird distribution for the Big Cats (Bengals-Panthers) game.

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1 hour ago, row_33 said:

 

i've been hearing the NFL will be destroyed by having to take a 90% bath on the next TV ratings since 1973.... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

 

 

 

I understand, reading is hard.  maybe try reading the words outloud

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18 minutes ago, dorquemada said:

 

I understand, reading is hard.  maybe try reading the words outloud

 

 

you: " the next bid for NFL broadcast rights will be less than the previous one. "

 

me:  i've been hearing this since 1973, dead wrong every single time.

 

want to play again?

 

 

 

get your mama to help you

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7 minutes ago, row_33 said:

 

 

you: " the next bid for NFL broadcast rights will be less than the previous one. "

 

me:  i've been hearing this since 1973, dead wrong every single time.

 

want to play again?

 

 

 

get your mama to help you

 

you said "90%" which is a low IQ strawman entirely of your own imagination.  Apparently you didn't read the article I attached, so I'll leave you with nostalgic view of how the media landscape works and you can get back to yelling at kids to get off your lawn

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