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Why are NFL ratings down? The league’s greed has finally caught up to it

There’s been an endless amount of hand-wringing and finger pointing about the NFL’s 11% dip in TV ratings thus far this fall. It’s Colin Kaepernick’s fault. No, it’s because of the presidential election. Wait, maybe it’s live streaming. Or the Olympics. Or the progressive sports media. Or the lack of brand-name quarterbacks. Or Deflategate. Or CTE. Or Ray Rice. While some or […] The post Why are NFL ratings down? The league’s greed has finally caught up to it appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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