The NFL combine generated some big TV ratings.
According to ProFootballTalk, the activities Thursday night on the NFL Network averaged an impressive 322,000 viewers and peaked at more than half a million. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
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This just goes to show how popular the NFL is and how people are always interested. I’d love to see the numbers from ESPN.
I have no doubt they’re even bigger. Moving the combine to primetime was a genius idea for everybody involved.
4.39 (adjusted) for Jonathan Taylor. #USF fans remember him, right?
135 rushing yards, 2 TD on 16 carries.
Also had his first 2 TD receptions of his career.
Remember? 49-0, #Wisconsin.
— CHRIS TORELLO (@TorelloSports) February 29, 2020
Say whatever you want about Roger Goodell, but there’s no doubt at all that he knows how to get eyeballs on the league.
When hundreds of thousands of people are tuning in to watch athletes get tested, you know you’re doing something correct.
— NFL (@NFL) February 27, 2020
I also have no doubt the draft itself will put up some giant TV numbers in late April. Things are rolling right now for the league!