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MNF ratings hit all-time low

More than 80 million watched the presidential debate on Monday night. For every 10 debate viewers, one watched Monday Night Football. Via Richard Deitsch of SI.com, only 8.047 million watched the Falcons-Saints game. Based on numbers published Monday by SportsBusiness Daily, that’s the smallest total TV viewership in the 46-year history of the franchise. Given…
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