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The National Football League is back on top of the ratings heap after both conference championship games were so competitive they spilled into overtime.
Sunday's New England Patriots-Kansas City Chiefs game drew 53.9 million viewers to CBS — a shocking 27 percent increase from last year and the most-watched NFL game outside of the Super Bowl in five years. This is in part because they used to call the Dallas Cowboys "America's Team," but the Patriots seem like "America's Most Hated Team."
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Earlier that day on Fox, the Los Angeles Rams' controversial referee-marred defeat of the New Orleans Saints had 44.1 million viewers — a 4.3 percent gain and Fox's most-watched program since Super Bowl 51 in 2017.
It's not just the playoffs. Ratings for NFL regular-season games rebounded, gaining 5 percent over the previous season. That's not as amazing, since it's a small increase after two years of frightening declines. But in today's ever-declining ratings for broadcast TV, due to livestreaming and cord cutting, the NFL is still a dominant player, far outdrawing regular scripted TV shows.
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The panic in NFL offices has ended. The bleeding stopped. Everyone knows why, and it's not the powerful high-scoring offenses and the snazzy touchdown celebrations.
The NFL put an end to the national anthem kneeling protests. The focus could then return to sports, not silent gestures meant to drive home the leftist argument that we should be deeply ashamed about how America is horribly racist and police officers are a pack of murderers. This controversy drove away viewers on both sides of the debate, the patriotic Americans and the "woke" community. A Media Research Center poll found that 74 percent of likely voters said they were "trying to get away from politics and do not...
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