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The Packers Beating The Titans Gets Huge TV Ratings

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The Green Bay Packers beating the Tennessee Titans 40-14 put up some monster ratings Sunday night.

According to ShowBuzzDaily.com, the “Sunday Night Football” game between the Packers and Titans peaked with an average of 15.642 million viewers on NBC as Aaron Rodgers and company blew out Tennessee. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

 

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Another primetime game for the NFL, and another night of absolutely monster ratings. Peaking with an average well north of 15 million is simply an absurd number.

Whenever the NFL draws viewership numbers like they did Sunday night, then you know business is booming.

 

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It’s also not hard to see why so many people tuned in for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers vs. the Titans. Both teams are geared up for deep playoff runs, and they’re loaded with stars.

In fact, it would have been a bit surprising if the game didn’t generate huge ratings.

 

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No matter what you think about Roger Goodell, you have to admit that business is booming, and should make football fans everywhere happy.