NFL Network’s NFL Total Access Kickoff Notes & Quotes – New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

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NFL GAMES TWO MOST-WATCHED SHOWS OF THE WEEK

FOX National Telecast Tops 30 Million Viewers

 Games Top Local Ratings in 27 NFL Markets

 NFL telecasts ranked 1-2 in viewership among all television programs last week with the FOX national telecast (mostly Cowboys-Seahawks) topping the charts with 30.0 million average viewers. The Giants–Eagles matchup on NBC’s Sunday Night Football held the second spot for the week, drawing 18.1 million average viewers.

Locally, NFL games topped the ratings in 27 NFL markets:

Program # of NFL Markets Ranked #1
NFL Football 27
MLB Playoffs  3
 

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What To Look For – Week 7

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AFC & NFC Players of the Week — Week 6

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NFL Now: Week 6 Trends

Riding a Five Game Winning Streak, Dallas Cowboys Are Most Watched & Most Followed Team on NFL Now for Week 6

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AFC & NFC Notes — Week 7

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Week 7 NFL Capsules

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Week 7 NFL Preview

Six weeks into the NFL season, the standings remain close.

Twenty teams (62.5 percent) currently have a .500 or better record. And nearly half of the league (15 of 32 clubs, 46.9 percent) has a winning record.

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NFL Network’s Week 6 ‘NFL Replay’ & ‘Sound FX’ Schedule

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Heisman Trophy-Winning Quarterback Doug Flutie Featured on ‘A Football Life’

‘Doug Flutie: A Football Life’ Premieres Friday, October 17 at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network

“Doug turns his weakness into his strength. Being short made him great. It made him bigger than everyone else in a way.” – Ian Thomsen

“When you are 6’4 you have to prove that you can’t play. When you are 5’10 you have to prove that you can play.” – Laurie Flutie

Former National Football League and Canadian Football League quarterback Doug Flutie is still regarded as one of the most beloved quarterbacks in football history. The Heisman Trophy-winner first entered the spotlight when he completed a “Hail Mary” touchdown pass in a game against the University of Miami in 1984 – considered one of the greatest moments in college football history. While people doubted his success as a professional quarterback due to his height, Flutie had a successful 21-year career and was inducted to both the College Football Hall of Fame (2007) and Canadian Football Hall of Fame (2008).

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