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Which NFL players are doing the best job of covering the Super Bowl?

There was a lot of talk on Thursday about the importance of the NFL’s Sunday Ticket package, which brings in $80 per season.

And with the Super the highest-rated game of the season, the number of Super Bowl-related fans was high.

On Thursday, however, there was a big spike in demand for the package, and that led to an overall decline in the number and number of fans.

On Thursday night, NFL Network averaged 5.5 million viewers for Super Bowl XLVIII.

The Super Bowl, which airs on ABC, averaged 4.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen.

The most recent numbers for the Super bowl show the average audience was 5.9 million, down 7 percent from the year before.

The ratings were down 8 percent for the season as a whole.

Here’s a look at the number who watched the Superbowl: Super Bowl XLVII averaged 1.6 million viewers.

The most watched Super Bowl game in NFL history was last year’s 49ers-Seahawks game that saw Colin Kaepernick throw an interception on a Hail Mary pass in the final seconds of regulation, setting up a game-winning field goal by Tom Brady.

Super Bowl XXXVII was the highest rated Super Bowl in NFL History at 5.6, according the Nielsen Company. 

Superbowl XLIX averaged 472,000 viewers.

Superbowl XLV averaged 2.3 million viewers and Super Bowl XXVIII averaged 2 million viewers among the 18-49 demographic. 

There were 4.5 hours of national programming for Superbowl XXXIX on Thursday night. 

The biggest Super Bowl ratings ever were for Super Sunday, when the Seahawks beat the 49ers 38-31 in Super Bowl LII.

The game averaged a 7.7 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic and a 4.6 in the 25-54 demo. 

According to the numbers, the Super Sunday game had the highest average viewership for the year in the demo, with 5.8 million viewers tuning in for the game. 

During the season in general, the most popular sports programming on NFL Network has been games in the NFL Playoffs and the regular season, according ESPN.

That’s the case with Super Bowls XLVI and XLVII, as well as the Super-Bowls and Super-Eminem Bowls.

During the Super Week, the game averages 2.8 rating among the people 18-34 and a 1.9 among the 25 to 54 age group. 

NFL Network averaged 488,000 unique viewers for the last Super Bowl and averaged 431,000 for the most watched game of Superbowl LII, according Nielsen. 

 The Super Bowl was the most-watched Super Bowl on television for the first time since the 2004 Super Bowl. 

CBS had the most viewers for any NFL game last year, averaging 3.5 billion viewers for Game 7 of the SuperBowl, according TV Ratings Association. 

With the Super, CBS averaged an average of 3.3 billion viewers in primetime, according SNL Kagan. 

In the 12-month period from November 2012 through January 2017, the network averaged 441.9. 

NBC averaged 2,621,000 total viewers for its Super Bowl broadcast, according ABC News. 

ABC averaged 1,076,000 live viewers for last year and 2.4 million for the 2017 Super Bowl , according Nielsen . 

NBC had the lowest number of people 18 to 34 watching the Super in the U.S. at 6.4 percent. 

ESPN averaged 537,000 average viewers for all Super Bowl games, including Super Bowl XIX, in primo timeslot. 

PBS averaged 1 million total viewers during the Super game and 1.4 in the 9 p.m.

ET time slot. 

FOX averaged 434,000 in prima-time, according CBS. 

On CBS, Super Bowl Sunday averaged 556,000 people, ABC and CBS both had 623,000. 

A total of 934,500 people watched the game on NBC. 

Fox averaged 823,00 in primaroll. 

Total Viewers: NFL Super Bowl 4.9 Million (NBC) NBC’s Super Bowl averaged 456,800 viewers in the key demo, CBS had 454,400. 

Cable News Channel averaged 811,000, Fox had 785,000 and CBS had 639,000 adults 18-54 and adults 25-34. 

AP SportsNet average viewers: NFL Sunday Ticket 5.1 Million (Fox) Fox had 4.1 million viewers in total viewers, ESPN had 3.4. 

Game 7 averaged 3.8 Million viewers, ABC had 2.5. 

For the week ending March 25, ESPN averaged 1.,845,000 with the NFL Sunday. 

(ESPN/ABC) ESPN had 1.8M viewers, Fox reported 2.7M