Breaking The NFL Has Crashed! Hits Rock Bottom At Titans-Colts Game
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The NFL is slowly dying. The ratings for the NFL are dropping rapidly and it is awesome.
The best product they have put out has been Monday Night Football and that is now a huge victim to fans abandoning football over the continued protests of the national anthem and the flag under false pretenses.
The issues plaguing America’s 3rd most popular sport continue as the front office of the league has struggled to temper the anger from the fans regarding the protesting by millionaire crybabies who wouldn’t know the first thing about politics.
According to Conservative Fighters, the NFL’s sixth week of the season reached record lows, as television viewership fell a shocking 13% from this time last week.
“In a season stained by overall ratings declines and political controversy, that NFL Week 6 rating is down 13% from the early numbers of the much tighter October 9 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears,” writes Deadline. “That MNF season-low went on to deliver a 3.7 rating among adults 18-49 and a total viewership of 10.3 million. It’s worth noting that the peek of last week’s MNF came at halftime on the Disney-owned cabler when the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer debuted.”
Last week, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement saying every professional athlete should remain standing during the performance of the ‘Star-Spangled Banner,’ but has yet to reveal policies or guidelines that enable owners to discipline protesting players.
In an attempt to ease tensions, television networks and the NFL have been refusing to broadcast the performance of the anthem; cutting to the live-coverage as players rush the field.
This is what we said would happen to their product if they kept pushing this anti-American political agenda.
The true Americans who love football and America will choose America every time. Screw Monday Night Football.
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