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Thursday Night Football Ratings Plummet And Hit A Four-year Low


The “woke” NFL is reaping what they sowed.

After promoting disrespect towards our flag and supporting the Marxist organization BLM, the NFL is finally receiving the consequences of their actions.

Thursday night’s game that featured the Miami Dolphins and the Jacksonville Jaguars had 5.1 million viewers on the NFL network which is a four-year low.

Americans don’t want propaganda in their sports and the NFL ratings are reflecting that.

The Hollywood Reporter covered the story and reported these details:

A lackluster Thursday Night Football matchup led to the smallest audience for the midweek game in four years. ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud and TNT’s NBA playoff game were close on the NFL Network’s heels.

The Miami Dolphins’ 31-13 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars averaged 5.43 million viewers on the NFL Network. That’s the lowest tally for a Thursday game since an October 2016 contest (also involving the Jaguars) drew 5.1 million viewers.

This isn’t the first time NFL ratings have been at a record low.

It’s been happening all year!


The Daily Caller had this to say about the four-year low ratings:

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“Thursday Night Football” got some atrocious ratings when the Dolphins beat the Jaguars.

The game averaged 5.43 million viewers on the NFL Network, which is the lowest number of viewers in four years for “TNF.”

Hitting a four-year low is really bad news for the NFL. In fact, it’s about as bad as it could possibly get.

Right now, people aren’t even allowed at most games, which means they have no choice but to watch at home or at bars.

Have you been watching the NFL lately?

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