If you still think the NFL is dying or people are not tuning in anymore because of kneeling during the Anthem, then this below information is not for you.
The official TV ratings for this year’s Thanksgiving games are out and it shows that football is still king.
Detroit and Houston played each other in the first game, and despite neither team having much of a shot to make the postseason this year, CBS landed 23.3 million viewers for that game.
Deshaun Watson put on a show by tossing four touchdown passes.
FOX had 30.3 million viewers tuning in for an NFC East showdown between Dallas and Washington, making it the most-watched game this season.
We can only imagine the TV ratings for the Ravens-Steelers game.