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NFL’s TV-ratings nosedive continued with Bucs-Panthers, and it won’t stop after that

No one expected the Panthers or the Bucs to reverse the NFL’s TV-ratings woes on Monday night. Neither team is anywhere close to a national draw, even if one of them went to the Super Bowl last year and usually features one of the league’s most talked-about players in Cam Newton. But Newton didn’t play […]
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