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Thanks to presidential debate, ‘Monday Night Football’ draws likely record-low rating

Ratings for Monday night’s Saints-Falcons game on ESPN are in, and they’re not pretty. It’s almost like people had something else to watch. Thanks to the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, which some analysts anticipated would draw record viewership, Monday Night Football pulled only a 5.7 overnight rating, down 36 percent from last […] The post Thanks to presidential debate, ‘Monday Night Football’ draws likely record-low rating appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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